Tuesday, July 12, 2011

BDPA iRadio Show - July 12, 2011

The BDPA iRadio Show creates a vibrant communications platform that speaks to all BDPA stakeholders.  Listen to our show originally broadcast on July 12, 2011.

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  1. Earl Pace, Founder BDPA; Chairman of the Board BDPA Education and Technology Foundation; CEO Pace Data Systems - BDPA was created by Earl Pace over 35 years ago. Earl has also been on the BETF board since it was founded in 1992.
  2. Marybeth Gasman, Professor, University of Pennsylvania - Marybeth conducts research related to higher education, specifically African American higher education, historically Black colleges and universities, philanthropy, and fundraising. At Penn, she teach courses on the history of American higher education, diversity in higher education, college and university teaching, and research in higher education.
  3. Wesley Williams, Student Programs Director, BDPA Atlanta - Wes is unique within BDPA. He was a BDPA HSCC national champion as a high school student in Memphis. He coached the BDPA Chattanooga Chapter team to its highest ranking in HSCC championship while a college student. He moved to Atlanta GA and served as the HSCC coach for that team … before becoming the chapter’s Student Programs Director. BDPA has been an integral part of his life for many years. He is an inspirational story in many ways and he embodies the ‘classroom to the boardroom’ model. He currently works for Macys.
  4. Pablo MoreChapter President, BDPA Orlando - Pablo has served as BDPA Orlando chapter president for a number of years. He also served as the Chapter President Liaison for a number of years as well. In that position he was responsible for bringing the 45 chapter presidents together to learn about various issues and to make policy recommendations to the National BDPA Board of Directors. He is a passionate advocate for BDPA and should provide excellent ‘best practice’ ideas from his BDPA Orlando experience.
Our host for this show is Franne McNeal.  The technical advisor is John Malonson.  The show is sponsored by the BDPA Education and Technology Foundation. We invite you to listen to archive recording of our shows held back on June 14 or June 28.

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