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BDPA Corporate Sponsors (Dec 2012)

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The National Corporate Sponsorship Program was established to develop formal alliances that involve Corporate America more closely with BDPA programs, activities and goals. Corporate sponsors not only …

The National Corporate Sponsorship Program was established to develop formal alliances that involve Corporate America more closely with BDPA programs, activities and goals. Corporate sponsors not only offer financial support but also participate in programs developed to enhance the technical and professional skills of the community. The investment in BDPA creates positive exposure to a technically diverse membership of African-American Information Technology professionals and students.

The program is designed to offer corporations an opportunity to partner with BDPA to meet corporate goals and objectives for recruiting, employee development, philanthropic endeavors and enhanced image in the African American Community. The program is open to all corporations with a sincere interest in pursuing the vision, mission, objectives and goals of BDPA.

The conceptual and fundamental scope of the program is to:
• Link BDPA strategic initiatives to the objectives of the corporation
• Document mutual understanding, measurements and goals
• Develop plans, assign resources and confirm milestones for viewing progress toward the goals
• Provide a forum to interact with other IT and HR industry leaders and professionals
• Increase exposure opportunities to technically competent and diverse IT professionals and students
• Enhance loyalty in the corporation amongst employees and customers

In order to pull together all the components of a successful program, BDPA partners with corporations, associations and other strategic alliance partners, but by far, corporate support is a major component of BDPA’s success. Sponsoring levels available are listed below and opportunities are detailed in our comprehensive corporate sponsorship portfolio. (2013 Corporate Opportunities Portfolio.pdf)

• Platinum Corporate Sponsor $100,000+
• Gold Corporate Sponsor $50,000+
• Silver Corporate Sponsor $25,000+
• Bronze Corporate Sponsor $10,000+
• Corporate Sponsor $ 5,000+
• Corporate Supporter Less than $5,000

Contact us by email (corpsales@bdpa.org) or phone (301.584-3135) for more details on our corporate sponsorship program.

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  • 1. Official Roster (December 2012) BDPA Corporate Sponsors & Supporters (106) Platinum Corporate Sponsors (3) 1. Allstate Insurance 2. HP 3. Johnson & Johnson Gold Corporate Sponsors (3) 4. Eli Lilly & Company 5. Health Care Service Corporation 6. Oracle Silver Corporate Sponsors (5) 7. Cincinnati State Technical College 8. Life Technologies 9. State Farm Insurance 10. US Navy 11. WellPoint Bronze Corporate Sponsors (16) 12. Abbott Laboratories 13. Baltimore Sun Times 14. Boehringer Ingelheim 15. CNA Financial 16. Compuware 17. Deloitte 18. DeVry University 19. IT-oLogy 20. JPMorgan Chase 21. McDonald’s 22. MillerCoors 23. Monsanto 24. Robert Half International 25. Sirius XM 26. Walgreen Company 27. Wells Fargo Bank Corporate Sponsors (20) 28. Accenture 29. Cargill 30. Christus Health 31. Cigna 32. Computer Sciences Corporation 33. Cal-State University, Dominguez Hills 34. Erin Gerald Affiliates 35. GEICO 36. General Electric CorpSponsors-Overview Page 1 of 4 Last Updated: 12/14/2012
  • 2. Official Roster (December 2012) BDPA Corporate Sponsors & Supporters (106) 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. KPMG Mayo Clinic Merck & Company Microsoft Motorola Solutions National Center for Women and Information Technology Procter & Gamble Prudential SC Johnson The Boeing Company Zycron Corporate Supporters (59) 48. Abundant Life Christian Center 49. American Institutes for Research 50. Best Buy 51. Bioformix 52. BlueCross BlueShield of South Carolina 53. Boomarang Data Backup and Security 54. C.L. Jenkins & Associates 55. Career Communications Group 56. Cincinnati Bell 57. CincyTech 58. ConnXus 59. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau 60. Corporate Professional Services Inc. 61. Cox Enterprises 62. Cummins 63. Cureton Group 64. Draper Laboratory 65. Educational Testing Service 66. Engineering Services Network 67. ERT 68. Excelsior College 69. Exelon 70. Exodus Coaching 71. Federal Reserve Bank 72. Global Novations 73. GrowYourSmallBiz.com 74. HBCU Connect 75. Hennepin County 76. IBM 77. Infosys 78. Janice Coleman Corporation 79. Kencredible 80. Keystone Computer Solutions 81. Kraft Foods Group 82. Lenox Road Baptist Church 83. Luxottica Retail 84. Macy’s Inc. 85. Next Level Technology Foundation 86. NOBCChE 87. North Carolina Mutual Life Insurance Company 88. Northern Kentucky University 89. Northern Trust Co. 90. Northern Grumman 91. PCN 92. Peirce College CorpSponsors-Overview Page 2 of 4 Last Updated: 12/14/2012
  • 3. Official Roster (December 2012) BDPA Corporate Sponsors & Supporters (106) 93. 94. 95. 96. 97. 98. 99. 100. 101. 102. 103. 104. 105. 106. Penick and Associates Praxair Protiviti SetFocus Tata Consultancy Services Tec-Masters Travelers Trinity Health United Stationers University of Cincinnati University of Michigan US Air Force US State Department Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority BDPA CORPORATE SPONSORSHIP PROGRAM OVERVIEW BDPA serves as a catalyst for youth, high school students, college students, IT professionals, entrepreneurs, IT senior managers, corporations, educational institutions and government agencies, to explore IT opportunities for professional growth and technical development. BDPA provides an opportunity for employers, career professionals and students to network and pursue resources for IT talent and skilled professionals as well as receive critical information on technology trends, business skills, management training, and IT career skill development. The Annual National Conference is BDPA's largest professional networking opportunity of the year. During the 4-day conference, African American IT professionals share their experiences with their peers, while participants from across the country take part in our Career Fair, explore the displays at our Technology Expo, and attend seminars and workshops reflecting leading-edge technologies and strategies for IT professionals. BDPA CORPORATE SPONSORSHIP PROGRAM RATIONALE The National Corporate Sponsorship Program was established to develop formal alliances that involve Corporate America more closely with BDPA programs, activities and goals. Corporate sponsors not only offer financial support but also participate in programs developed to enhance the technical and professional skills of the community. The investment in BDPA creates positive exposure to a technically diverse membership of African-American Information Technology professionals and students. The program is designed to offer corporations an opportunity to partner with BDPA to meet corporate goals and objectives for recruiting, employee development, philanthropic endeavors and enhanced image in the African American Community. The program is open to all corporations with a sincere interest in pursuing the vision, mission, objectives and goals of BDPA. The conceptual and fundamental scope of the program is to: • Link BDPA strategic initiatives to the objectives of the corporation • Document mutual understanding, measurements and goals • Develop plans, assign resources and confirm milestones for viewing progress toward the goals • Provide a forum to interact with other IT and HR industry leaders and professionals • Increase exposure opportunities to technically competent and diverse IT professionals and students • Enhance loyalty in the corporation amongst employees and customers CorpSponsors-Overview Page 3 of 4 Last Updated: 12/14/2012
  • 4. Official Roster (December 2012) BDPA Corporate Sponsors & Supporters (106) In order to pull together all the components of a successful program, BDPA partners with corporations, associations and other strategic alliance partners, but by far, corporate support is a major component of BDPA’s success. Sponsoring levels available are listed below and opportunities are detailed in our comprehensive corporate sponsorship portfolio. (2012 Corporate Opportunities Portfolio.pdf) • • • • • • Platinum Corporate Sponsor Gold Corporate Sponsor Silver Corporate Sponsor Bronze Corporate Sponsor Corporate Sponsor Corporate Supporter $100,000+ $50,000+ $25,000+ $10,000+ $ 5,000+ Less than $5,000 Contact us by email (corpsales@bdpa.org) or phone (301.584-3135) for more details on our corporate sponsorship program. National BDPA is recognized as a tax-exempt organization under section 501(c)6 of the Internal Revenue Code. The BDPA Education and Technology Foundation (BETF) is the fundraising arm of the organization and is recognized as a tax-exempt unit under section 501(c)3 of the Internal Revenue Code. CorpSponsors-Overview Page 4 of 4 Last Updated: 12/14/2012

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