Friday, August 8, 2014

Long Story Short: Dalric Webb (BDPA Cincinnati)

BDPA Cincinnati chapter president Dalric Webb has a deep background of technical and leadership experience in the corporate and non-profit worlds. He served his country for 24 years in the US Army. His undergraduate work at Hampton University (computer science) and masters degree from Capella University (information technology) are preludes to the Ph.D. that he is working towards in information technology organization and management.

Dalric is a devoted father and he is proving to be a dynamic and successful BDPA chapter president. Dalric took over the chapter presidency in January 2014 ... and the membership has more than doubled in the first half of the year, making his chapter the 2nd-largest in the nation!

Dalric Webb
This blog wanted to get a more personal look into the personality of this rising BDPA leader. We asked Dalric to give brief answers to some odd questions. We hope you enjoy this new feature that we simply call, 'Long Story Short...'
  1. Craziest thing you've ever done? - I jumped out of an airplane (five times) as part of U.S. Army Airborne Training at Fort Benning, GA. Given all the training provided to prepare one for the exit from the airplane, each and every time was scary as well as a severe "pucker" moment until landing on the ground and collecting my parachute.

  2. Favorite food you'd take with you on a desert island? - Would be a toss up between sweet potato pie and German chocolate cake. Good thing about both of these choices is that they both contain a lot of high energy producing sugar to keep me pumped and bouncing all over the desert island!

  3. Favorite Way to relax after a long week? - A challenging game of racquetball. Being able to apply speed, power, precision, control, and athletic ability all at once in my favorite fast-paced game is one of the best ways I find to r and unwind.

  4. Simple things that make you happiest? Watching my children grow, learn, develop, and interact. They are little miracles that have blessed my life and they make me smile and teach me to not take life and all the burdens of responsible adulthood too seriously.
Dalric and his children at BDPA 'Meet & Greet'
BDPA Cincinnati is used to seeing Dalric bring one or more of his children to chapter events, so we were not surprised about that last answer! Dalric just joined the Twitterverse recently ... take a moment to follow him @DalricWebb!

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