Founded in 1975, BDPA now has 46 chapters, making it the largest African American Information Technology association in the country. The organization is a catalyst for professional growth and technical development for those in IT and continues to bridge the digital divide by providing training and career growth opportunities for its members.
Mona Lisa Faris, DiversityComm, President and CEO said, "We are honored to partner with BDPA and to help publicize their initiatives in the technology industry. The Diversity in STEAM Magazine (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts+Design, Mathematics) brings educational, business and employment opportunities to all minorities, women and diverse cultures. We believe STEAM awareness is an imperative movement for our future as a nation and globally."
Mona Lisa Faris
"BDPA is excited to create our media partnership with DiversityComm,” reported Pamela Mathews, National BDPA President. “We look to DiversityComm to help us share our vision and mission of advancing careers in the technology industry from the classroom to the boardroom. We are elated that they understand BDPA has been committed to STEM for the last 40 years," she added.BDPA remains committed to excellence and providing a wide spectrum of resources to its members, corporate sponsors, businesses, educational institutions and the African American community.
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