Earl Pace, Jr. and the History of BDPA (Philadelphia)

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When:
9:30am - 11:30am EST Saturday, February 18 2012
Where:
DeVry University, 18th JFK Blvd, Philadelphia
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Submitted by:
Eileen on Jan 26, 2012
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BDPA Philadelphia -  4 Time National Chapter of the Year

presents

The History of BDPA

Space is limited, so register early

 

                  

presented by

 

Earl Pace, Jr.

BDPA Co-Founder

 

In 1975, Mr. Pace, Jr. co-founded Black Data Processing Associates in Philadelphia and operated as its president for two years. In 1978, he coordinated the formation of BDPA into a national organization and served as its first national president until 1980. Black Data Processing Associates has grown into the largest national professional organization representing minorities in the IT industry.

Pace is active in the business and education communities of Philadelphia, Washington, Baltimore, and other cities where he makes presentations on topics of interest to IT professionals.

 

For questions about this or future program meetings, please contact Sally McNamara sally.mcnamra@bdpaphilly.org 

 

For questions about our High School Technology Program (SITES), please contact Monica Ellis-Gorham, VP of Education/HSCC Coordinator  hscc@bdpaphilly.org

 

Donations for our High School Technology programs can be made at http://www.crowdrise.com/BDPAPhiladelphia

 

 

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