Saturday, May 16, 2009

BDPA Seeks Webinar Presenters

Are you interested in presenting an information technology topic via webinar to a worldwide audience? If so, check out this message from Jacqueline K. Sanders:

As manager of education and professional development for BDPA, I am always looking for good speakers for the BDPA Professional Development Webinar Series and for industry whitepapers that are ready for publication. Contact me if you are interested or forward this message to someone that might be interested.

A Call for Speakers is now open for the BDPA Professional Development Webinar Series. We seek presenters willing to share their experience and expertise with the BDPA community in Project Management, Business Analysis, Technical Development, Networking, Hardware, Software, Quality Assurance, Process Improvement, Software Methodologies/Tools,Leadership, and IT Entrepreneurial topics. Speakers are asked to provide a 45-minute PowerPoint presentation with an additional 10 minutes of Q&A during the webinar.

I am very pleased to see BDPA stepping up their game with professional development programs designed to advance the careers of African Americans in the IT industry. I encourage you to share your thoughts on this new webinar series!

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