Deloitte renewed its Bronze level sponsorship commitment to BDPA for at least the eighth year in a row. The investment includes participation at the 36th annual National BDPA Technology Conference on August 5-9, 2014 in Indianapolis.
"On behalf of the National BDPA leadership team and its stakeholders, it is my honor and privilege to welcome Deloitte as a Bronze Level Sponsor. We thank Deloitte for their commitment, continued support and contributions. It is with the support of sponsors like Deloitte that BDPA continues forward with our mission to impact our members lives through science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM)," said Dr. Craig Brown, National BDPA president.BDPA is the premier organization for African American professionals and students in the information technology industry. For almost 40 years, BDPA has fulfilled its mission by bridging the digital divide and providing career growth opportunities for its members. Today, BDPA is the largest African American information technology association in the U.S. and the largest national non-profit organization continually involved in training students underrepresented in STEM education across the country.
Deloitte is the brand under which dedicated professionals in independent firms throughout the world collaborate to provide audit, consulting, financial advisory, risk management, and tax services to selected clients. For more than 100 years, clients have relied on Deloitte and its predecessor organizations for solutions to their ever-changing needs. Fortune and BusinessWeek consistently rank Deloitte among the best places to work, which is good news for their talent and clients alike. When the best people tackle the most compelling challenges, everyone wins.
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Kendall Norris, Deloitte PMO leader stated, "Deloitte is proud to be a long term sponsor of BDPA and supports its mission of developing professionals and students interested in the Computer Science and Information Technology fields."