Tuesday, June 12, 2012

BDPA iRadio Show - June 12, 2012 (Shauna Cox, James Gadsden, Pam Sexton)

BDPA Education and Technology Foundation (BETF) is very proud to be the creator of the BDPA iRadio Show. Our Internet Radio Show has been up and running for nine months with over 80 guests. You can listen to the archive version of the show using the widget shown in the right-hand sidebar of this blog.

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The guests on the June 12th show:

James Gadsden - HSCC Alumni (2007-2009), BDPA Philadelphia - James competed as a member of the high school computer competition (HSCC) team trained by BDPA Philadelphia chapter in 2007-2009. After graduation from high school he came back to support his chapter as the assistant HSCC coordinator. He has a unique perspective on the BDPA mantra of ‘classroom to the boardroom’ to share with our iRadio Show leadership.

Shauna Cox - IT Director, Chicago Housing Authority - Shauna has worked in the IT industry for over 20 years. She holds a Bachelor's degree in Management Information Systems, an MBA in Strategic Planning & Policy and a Masters in Urban Planning & Policy. Shauna is a Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) and a Certified Internal Auditor (CIA). Shauna enjoys sharing her experience and often teaches university courses in technology & business management. She will present a workshop at the 2012 BDPA Technology Conference on the topic, 'Managing Your Digital Footprint'.

Pamela Sexton - conference director, National BDPA - Pam Sexton is completing the second year of her term of office as BDPA Chicago chapter president -- the largest chapter in the nation. BDPA Chicago chapter earned the 2011 'Outstanding Community Service' award under Pam's leadership. In addition, Pam served for the past three years as the national BDPA conference director. Last year (2011) was especially memorable as the national conference was held in the Windy City. Pam can share some remarkable 'best practice' ideas because of her unique perspective as both a chapter president and conference director. It is also worth noting that Pam recently accepted yet another leadership challenge as the national BDPA vice president, Strategy & Planning in 2012-2013.

We hope you enjoy the insights and commentary on the show from each of these guests. Please take a moment to post a comment to let us know that you care!

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