Sam Edward Arnold is a teacher, writer, and community activist. He graduated from Hampton University in Virginia with a degree in accounting. He has worked as an accountant, financial planner, and financial consultant. Mr. Arnold survived Hurricane Katrina and spent two years as a community organizer working for International Relief and Development. Since Hurricane Katrina, he has become interested in community economic development. He works with local non-profit organizations to help them create sustainability. His main focus is teaching how the economic and financial systems work and how to use that information to survive financially.
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