Episodes of the BDPA iRadio Show are now available for immediate and FREE download from the iTunes Store.
If you missed the live show, then we encourage you to listen to the archived audio-clip of the show that aired on Tuesday, February 14, 2012.
The guests on the show:
- Keith Warrick - manager, BDPA LinkedIn Network Group - Keith is a social media expert with a nationally-recognized reputation on the LinkedIn Network. He has been a presenter at a local and national level on the tips and techniques for using social media to advance one’s career. He served as a past officer for the BDPA Atlanta chapter and now supports the marketing efforts for a number of non-profits in the greater Atlanta area. Keith recently announced that the BDPA LinkedIn Network had reached 3,000 subscribers. You can follow Keith on Twitter - @KeithWarrick
- Loraine Stewart-David - vice president (finance), National BDPA - Loraine joined BDPA Detroit chapter in 1992. She served in increasingly responsible leadership positions within the chapter including the past few years as the chapter’s chief financial officer. She was elected to serve for the next two years as the National BDPA VP-Finance. Loraine holds a BS in Accounting and MBA in finance. She is a contractual CFO/Financial Analyst with one of Michigan’s top fortune financial companies. She is also a contractual comptroller with two local nursing facilities.
- John Malonson - chapter president, BDPA Los Angeles - John is an IT Business Partner Lead at Raytheon Space and Airborne Systems. He received his BA in both Psychology and Business Administration from UCLA. John is also a 2-term president of the BDPA Los Angeles chapter serving from 2009-2012. His chapter has consistently grown in terms of membership and impact in the community. The chapter had dozens of students in its 2011 SITES program and they plan on having even more in 2012. The chapter recently created a strategic alliance with Cal-State Dominguez Hills that results in use of its computer labs and such. John has strong feelings about the ways that BDPA can advance the careers of African Americans in the IT industry from the ‘classroom to the boardroom’. John is on Twitter - @Malonson
What questions would you like to see answered by these guests?