Industry Icons Receive Community and Technology Awards

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Maryland Cyber Program Manager captures 2015 Corporate Member of the Year from local BDPA Chapter

BOWIE, Maryland—LaToya C. Staten (above) receives a 2015 Corporate Member of the Year award from National BDPA’s Washington, D.C. Chapter for expanding and sharing technology inclusion, outreach, and awareness programs with Maryland’s colleges and universities.

Ms. Staten is a certified small business consultant with more than 15 years of experience in creating and executing strategic business development initiatives.  LaToya’s area of expertise include program development and implementation, relationship management, training, business advocacy, organizational assessment, economic growth strategies, and grant management.

Her current projects include the advancement of public-private economic development opportunities in key industries such as cybersecurity, the “internet of things”, entrepreneurship and innovation.

Ms. Staten’s public service includes serving on the following boards and committees: Anne Arundel County Public Schools, Betamore Tech Mentor, ITNova Board of Advisors, Michigan State Alumni Association, and the BwTech Business and Cyber Advisory Boards.  LaToya is a long-time NWBOC site visitor and a frequent guest on Morgan State University’s Briefcase Radio Show.

 

Author: bdpatoday

BDPA, formerly known as Black Data Processing Associates, was founded in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania over 40 years ago in 1975 to promote professional growth and technical development in underserved communities for those in or entering information and communications technology (ICT) oriented fields of interest and related industries. bdpatoday (ISSN 1946-1429) is a monthly serial periodical published in Washington, D.C. by participating local BDPA Chapters of National BDPA (NBDPA) within their respective media markets by local chapter Communications Committees. bdpatoday is emailed to BDPA members, BDPA corporate sponsors, or electronically delivered to BDPA Chapters and Chapter Interest Groups (CIGs) via social media as a benefit of membership. Popular Technology TV (PTTV) features the latest TECH-Inclusion innovations and multimedia STEM programming content produced for video streams and television programs by Industry with bdpatoday and National BDPA's Washington, D.C. Chapter for general audiences.

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