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BDPA Chapters and HBCU Research Institutions expand Tech Industry Partnerships with Industry

National BDPA expands STEM and HBCU Chapter engagements for BDPACON22 events for FY22 and FY23. Review recent virtual and hybrid HBCU research and development (R&D) engagements

BDPACON22, Regional Conferences, Innovation Summits, Tech Expos, and Data Science Academies

National BDPA's St. Louis, Missouri Chapter co-hosting community events.
BDPA Atlanta is National BDPA’s Host Chapter for BDPACON22, BDPACON23 and BDPACON24. Registration is open to BDPA Members, BDPA Student Members, media, and the general public. BDPA St. Louis Members (above) and regional stakeholders co-host tech industry workshops.

H.O.P.E. Project and SITES-IV — NexGen BDPA Programs Evolve

Registration for the public and non members launches in February for annual IT Tech Summits.

Virtual Earth Day Tech Summit — CyberEarth22

Earth Day Tech Summit | CyberEarth22

CyberEarth22
April 22-23, 2022

Select here to review CyberEarth22’s Tech Summit webinars

BDPA’s 6th Annual Earth Day Tech Summit
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Diverse Creatives + Content for a Cultural Metaverse

Tech non-profits such as BDPA share diverse and highly skilled talent for
a rapidly emerging Exascale Era with new metaverse content.

STEM Research and Development (R&D) Outreach Engagements with High Schools and JROTC Units

Dunbar JROTC attending BDPA-DC’s 2019 Community Technology Awards. Learn more . . .

National BDPA Announces the Passing of Earl A. Pace, Jr. — Black Data Processing Associates Co-Founder and BETF Chairman

Tech world, BDPA Members, and Alumni react to the loss of Earl A. Pace, Jr., one of the Black Community’s iconic tech industry patriarchs. Share your thoughts with others on LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, and Twitter. Discover more by visiting the publication’s archives.


ITSMF Founding Member and Chair Emeritus Carl Williams passes away at 84

Carl Williams, Founder, ITSMF
The Information Technology Senior Management Forum (ITSMF), formed in 1996, began with a conversation between a few prominent technology executives who discovered that only 3% of information technology management roles were held by Black professionals. Under the leadership of Mr. Carl Williams, ITSMF began recruiting Black professionals who ranked among the Who’s Who in technology, along with companies and individuals that boldly dared to disrupt the status quo and seek more diversity, equity and inclusion among technology executives.
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