Saturday, July 24, 2010

BlogTalk Radio: 'Future of African Americans in Technology' (August 28, 2010)

National BDPA and cozzas llc, a fully integrated Internet marketing and graphic design firm, highlight the 32nd Annual National BDPA Technology Conference on the cozzas BlogTalkRadio program “CloudSuiteSmart”, Wednesday, July 28th from 12:30 to 2:30 EDT.

African Americans sometimes underestimate the impact of technology on shaping the course of history. The show’s segments will include short interviews of senior BDPA officials to discuss their vision and dream for the organization. Internet Radio brings an added technology feature to the conference. It is a format that allows for real-time dialogue over the phone and in chat rooms anyone can access on the Internet. These Internet Radio interviews will provide multiple perspectives that are sure to appeal to anyone interested in the future of African Americans in IT.

This internet radio program will be hosted live from the 2010 BDPA Technology Conference to be held in Philadelphia, PA on July 28-31, at the luxurious Philadelphia Marriott Downtown Hotel. The theme of this year’s conference, “Access for All”.

We are very pleased to recognize the outstanding contributions that BDPA has made for Blacks in Technology over the last 35 years,” said National Past BDPA President, Milt Haynes. “In this economy, many African Americans in technology are concerned about opportunities for both employment and advancement. It is important to recognize how BDPA has helped provide African Americans with challenging and fulfilling career opportunities in Information Technology.”
Today, BDPA is a global member focused organization that serves the professional well-being of its stakeholders. BDPA remains committed to excellence and providing a wide spectrum of resources to members, corporate sponsors, businesses, educational institutions and the community.

BDPA is the voice of African Americans in IT,” said Jacqueline Lawson, President and CEO of cozzas llc. “cozzas llc is honored to be working with BDPA because it is committed to closing the digital divide and helping African American IT professionals advance.” Added Lawson, “I honestly believe that the BDPA can use its talents and resources to advance the cause of Blacks in technology and I welcome an opportunity to support a worthy organization in my field of service.”
I encourage all BETF-Blog readers to add this Internet radio show to their calendar. What questions would you like to see answered during the online dialogue?

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