Beck Bamberger

Member Since 2014

Beck Bamberger



San Diego Area

A born and raised San Diegan, Beck graduated from UCLA in two years, going on to become the University of Pittsburgh’s youngest MBA graduate at 21. Beck started BAM Communications while working as a news anchor in San Diego. After winning an Emmy in 2011 for her TV work, she focused entirely on her entrepreneurial interests, growing BAM while starting Bite. Bite became San Diego’s top-rated and largest food tour company in the country. Beck sold Bite in 2016. As BAM’s founder, Beck splits her time between San Diego, San Francisco and New York in pursuit of talent and hot companies that are seeking PR superheroes for help growing both mindshare and market share. Beck is also an investor with Plum Alley and Backstage Capital, two groups that support investing in diverse founders. Best part of Beck’s role: I’m thrilled by finding and growing great talent, and by exposing the stories that serve as rocket fuel to our emerging technology clients’ brands. What Beck reads: The New York Times, The Skimm, Term Sheet and BBC. I like a wide perspective on global and technology stories. One top career highlight: Whenever I’m flying helicopters on the weekend, and when I’m on a panel contributing to a discussion in support of others’ business goals.


May 13th, 2022

Eight Essentials To Look For In Your Startup's First HR Hire

As your startup grows and you hire more employees, you may find it's time to make your first human resources hire. Founders often take on this role early on in their business journey, but with more employees comes more HR administration and responsibilities, and it's important to find a well-qualified professional.

April 28th, 2022

Struggling To Attract New Talent? Eight Mistakes You Might Be Making

In the current hiring market, competition is fierce. With so many options available to job seekers, companies must attempt to out-compete others in their industry in order to attract and hire talent, and this has led to many companies struggling to fill roles—and wondering what they can do to make the top of candidates’ lists.

April 15th, 2022

Nine Entrepreneurs Share The Most Important Things They've Gained During Their Careers

Every successful entrepreneur has one special "something" that has made a unique, lasting contribution to their achievements, be it a former mentor, a previous role they held or an event that impacted their life. Our lived experiences help define who we are as individuals and hone our perspectives throughout life. As we advance as professionals, these experiences take shape as new traits, resources and accomplishments that help drive our ongoing maturity and achievement.

April 14th, 2022

10 Salary Negotiation Tips For Professionals Who Have Never Done It Before

Many employees are intimidated by salary negotiation, especially if they don’t have any prior experience with it. However, managers are more open to negotiation than you might think. In fact, 75% of managers expect to negotiate when making a job offer; however, workers often don’t take them up on the opportunity.




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