Tuesday, June 14, 2011

BDPA iRadio Show - June 14, 2011

BDPA Education and Technology Foundation (BETF) successfully produced its first Internet radio show! BETF is extremely grateful to Franne McNeal who served as the host of the BDPA iRadio Show. Franne was able to smoothly handle all of the challenges of bringing the BDPA message out to an international audience via BlogTalkRadio.

Our plan is to produce BDPA iRadio Show on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month. We hope that you will support our efforts. Here is the first show for your enjoyment!

Listen to internet radio with BDPA on Blog Talk Radio

The guests on the June 14th show were:

Julius Clark & Wayne Hicks
Wayne Hicksexecutive director, BDPA Education and Technology Foundation (Twitter: BDPA) - focused on the evolution of BDPA and BETF over the past 35 years.   Gave life to the 'classroom to the boardroom' tagline by sharing story of BDPA member Stephanie Lampkin Brown who has gone from being a high school student learning about computers through BDPA to now being an IT professional with one of the largest technology corporations in the world.
Julius Clark: information security officer, Wells Fargo (Twitter: JuliusClark) - shared his passion for information security as well as some insights on steps that we should take to avoid being hacked.  You can learn more from his blog, Clark Thought Leadership.
    Clifford Clarke
Clifford Clarke: president, C2 IT Advisors - discussed the technological revolution and its impact on employment in the IT industry.  Invited listeners to be part of the BDPA Entrepreneurial Fireside Chat taking place on June 15th.
    John Malonson: chapter president, BDPA Los Angeles (Twitter: Malonson) - shared some tangible 'best practices' on chapter administration, youth education, strategic alliances, chapter website development and marketing program meetings.   There is a ton of information and referrals in this section of the program.
John Malonson
 Please share your feedback on the BDPA iRadio Show.  Any questions or comments on the information provided in this week's show?  What did you like?   What would you like to see added, deleted or revised in future shows?   Who would you like to hear as a guest on future shows?   What topics would you like to see covered on future shows?

We can only get better if we hear from you!   What say u?

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