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Minority Technology Organization (MTO) Summit held on September 24, 2012 in Washington DC. Attendees included eight organizations who advocate on behalf of technology professionals of color in ...

Minority Technology Organization (MTO) Summit held on September 24, 2012 in Washington DC. Attendees included eight organizations who advocate on behalf of technology professionals of color in STEM-related industries. The eight organizations included: AABE, BDPA, MAES, NOBCChE, NOMA, NSBE, NTA and SHPE. The attached .ppt deck shares an thumbnail overview of these organizations including their major goals for 2013. Copies of the luncheon meeting notes are available on request.

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    • MINORITY TECHNICAL ORGANIZATION (MTO) SUMMIT LUNCHEON September 24, 2012Marriott Wardman Park Hotel Washington, DC N BCChE National Organization for the Professional Advancement of Black Chemists and Chemical Engineers
    • American Association of Blacks in Energy (AABE) Organization’s Mission The American Association of Blacks in Energy (AABE) is a national association of energy professionals founded and dedicated to ensure the input African Americans and other minorities into the discussions and developments of energy policies, regulations, R&D technologies, and environmental issues Fast Facts Highlights for 2012 • Established 1977 • Total scholarships given exceed $1.5M • 40 Chapters Nationwide • Completed Strategic Plan working with • 1400 members Boston Consulting Group • Offers 150 scholarships annually to • Developed policy principles around students studying STEM Supplier Diversity, Cyber Security, Energy • Training and development programs Efficiency, Smart Grid, Fossil Energy, through annual conference and Energy & Environmental Justice webinars N BCChE2 National Organization for the Professional Advancement of Black Chemists and Chemical Engineers
    • American Association of Blacks in Energy (AABE)Three priorities for our organization in 2013:1.Implementation of Strategic Plan2.Expand outreach activities into the community3.Increase strategic partnerships Arnetta McRae, President and CEO Email: amcrae@aabe.org Phone: (202) 371-9530 N BCChE3 National Organization for the Professional Advancement of Black Chemists and Chemical Engineers
    • Black Data Processing Associates (BDPA) Organization’s Mission “BDPA is a global member focused technology organization that delivers programs and services for the professional well-being of its stakeholders” Fast Facts Highlights for 2012 • Founded in Philadelphia in 1975 • 34th National BDPA Technology Conference • 14,161 Members • 45 Chapters Baltimore, MD, August 1-4, 2012 • Core Programs: SITES, HSCC, IT • BDPA Winter Leadership Summit Institute, National and Regional Baltimore, MD, March 16 – 18, 2012 Conferences • BDPA Regional Conference, Orlando, FL November 16 - 18 N BCChE4 National Organization for the Professional Advancement of Black Chemists and Chemical Engineers
    • Black Data Processing Associates (BDPA)Three priorities for our organization in 2013:1.Partner with colleges and universities to develop college chapters.2.Develop new revenue/funding streams.3.Leverage organizational relationships to influence STEM national policy. Monique F. Berry, National President president@bdpa.org 9500 Arena Drive, Suite 106 Largo, MD 20774 phone: 301-584-3135 fax: 301-560-8300 N BCChE5 National Organization for the Professional Advancement of Black Chemists and Chemical Engineers
    • MAES – Latinos in Science and Engineering Organization’s Mission “To promote, cultivate, and honor excellence in education and leadership among Latino engineers and scientists.” Fast Facts Highlights for 2012 •Founded in 1974 in Los Angeles •Rebranding effort •“Mexican American Engineering •Enhanced membership value and Society” to “Society of Mexican American Engineers and Scientists” benefits •Programs: Symposium, National •New, updated website Leadership Conference, Science •Expansion in Regions 3 and 4 Extravaganza, Science and Engineering Festival N BCChE6 National Organization for the Professional Advancement of Black Chemists and Chemical Engineers
    • MAES – Latinos in Science and EngineeringThree priorities for MAES in 2013:1. Successful 2013 NLC (National Leadership Conference) in Washington, DC on February 13-162. Increase membership base across the U.S. by establishing more Student Chapters in Regions 3 & 4, and at Community Colleges3. Leverage national partnerships in advancing STEM education and careers, and increasing the number of STEM graduates and professionals in the U.S. MAES Point of Contact Information Mike Acosta, Immediate Past National President, National Vice President of Strategic Partnerships mikea@utep.edu (915) 240-4423; mymaes.org N BCChE7 National Organization for the Professional Advancement of Black Chemists and Chemical Engineers
    • National Organization for the Professional Advancement of Black Chemists & Chemical Engineers (NOBCChE) Organization’s Mission “To build an eminent cadre of people of color in science and technology” Fast Facts Highlights for 2012 •Founded in 1973 •West Regional Meeting, Scripps •5,000 members, sponsors, advocates Research Institute, March 2012 •84 chapters in 5 regions across the •Leadership Development Workshop, US May 2012 •Programs: NOBCChE Science Bowl, •Signed TEP Agreement with U. of Technology Education Partnership Oregon, September 2012 (TEP); 4 Annual Regional Mtgs N BCChE8 National Organization for the Professional Advancement of Black Chemists and Chemical Engineers
    • National Organization for the Professional Advancement of Black Chemists & Chemical Engineers (NOBCChE)Three priorities for our organization in 2013:1.Build NOBCChE brand as a voice for STEM & S&T Policy for underrepresented groups; institutionalize and support STEM programs at the Regional & Chapter levels2. Establish Executive Director Position3. Increase philanthropic contributions Victor McCrary, National President president@nobcche.org 800.776.1419; www.nobcche.org N BCChE9 National Organization for the Professional Advancement of Black Chemists and Chemical Engineers
    • National Organization of Minority Architects (NOMA) Organization’s Mission “To champion diversity within the design professions by promoting the excellence, community engagement and professional development of its members” Fast Facts Highlights for 2012 •Founded in 1971 •Approx 500 professional, intern, and • 40th Annual Conference in Detroit student members •MOU signed with American Institute •22 Prof chapters & 40 student of Architects (renewed) chapters in 4 regions •Programs: Project Pipeline summer •MOU signed US Green Building camps, NOMA Magazine, Annual Council Conference, Community Service Day N BCChE10 National Organization for the Professional Advancement of Black Chemists and Chemical Engineers
    • National Organization of Minority ArchitectsThree priorities for our organization in 2013:1 Promote Project Pipeline Architectural Summer Camp Initiative2 Increase the numbers of licensed African-American architects nationwide; support HBCU architecture schools3 Hire an Executive Director Your Organization’s Point of Contact Information Yolanda McQueen programs@noma.net 202.806.2780; www.noma.net N BCChE11 National Organization for the Professional Advancement of Black Chemists and Chemical Engineers
    • National Society of Black Engineers – Alumni Extension Organization’s Mission Organization’s Logo To increase the number of culturally responsible black engineers who excel academically, succeed professionally, and positively impact the community. Fast Facts Highlights for 2012 • Not-for-profit organization • Professional Development • Founded in 1975 Conference takes place October 4 - • ~36,000 members 6, 2012 • Student run • 7 Active Special Interest Groups • 6 membership categories: NSBE with over 6,000 members Jr. , Member, Alumni, Honorary, • NSBE Commitment with CGI Lifetime, Affiliate N BCChE12 National Organization for the Professional Advancement of Black Chemists and Chemical Engineers
    • National Society of Black Engineers – Alumni Extension  Special Interest Groups  Energy  Environmental  It Think Tank  Process Improvement  Public Policy  Space  Women In Science & Engineering N BCChE13 National Organization for the Professional Advancement of Black Chemists and Chemical Engineers
    • National Society of Black Engineers – Alumni ExtensionThree priorities for our organization in 2013:1.Increase the exposure and quality of professional opportunities for members2.Support the Special Interest Groups in NSBE-AE3.Develop programs & professional chapters Your Organization’s Point of Contact Information Dr. Njema J. Frazier info@policy.nsbe-ae.org, 571.235.1181; http://www.nsbe-ae.org/ N BCChE14 National Organization for the Professional Advancement of Black Chemists and Chemical Engineers
    • National Technical Association MISSION To create a medium for expressing minority professional concerns for the lack of minority participation in the mainstream of architectural and engineering activity in America (including minority youth). FAST FACTS Highlights for 2012Founded- 1925 Math ContestProfessional and Student Chapters Collaboration on Knowledge4 Regions-NE, SE, NW and SW Management Conference in Khartoum,Membership-All disciplines of Science Sudan)and Engineering Co-sponsor- 5th InternationalPublication-Journal Conference on Appropriate Technology-National Office –Washington, DC Pretoria, South Africawww.ntaonline.org 202 575-4682 N BCChE15 National Organization for the Professional Advancement of Black Chemists and Chemical Engineers
    • NATIONAL TECHNICAL AssociationThree priorities for our organization in 2013:1 Strengthen and Expand Educational Programs2 Affect Greater Influence on STEM Policy Improvements3Improve funding Base Point of Contact Information Hattie Carwelll 1 202 575-4NTA or 202 575-4682 N BCChE16 National Organization for the Professional Advancement of Black Chemists and Chemical Engineers
    • Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE) Organization’s Mission“SHPE changes lives by empowering the Hispanic community to realize their fullest potential and impacts the world through STEM awareness, access, support and development” Fast Facts Highlights for 2012 • Founded in Los Angeles 1974 • National Institute for Leadership • 7,529 Student Members & 1871 Professional Members Advancement, August 1- 5 • 261 Student Chapters & 81 Professional • SHPE Management Growth Training, Chapter Washington DC, September 17- 20 • Core Programs: SHPE Jr., Noche De • SHPE National Conference, Fort Worth Ciensas, National and Regional Texas, November 14 - 18 Conferences N BCChE17 National Organization for the Professional Advancement of Black Chemists and Chemical Engineers
    • Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE)Three priorities for our organization in 2013:1.Expand Programs geared towards the educational advancement of K-12, Undergraduate and Graduate Students.2.Improve professional programs geared toward the advancement of Hispanics in all levels of their career.3.Shape Hispanic population in all levels in STEM-related areas of corporate America, government and academia to mirror the United States’ population. Jose Fernandez, DC Chapter President shpedc@gmail.com 908.548.3931; www.shpe-dc.org – www.shpe.org N BCChE18 National Organization for the Professional Advancement of Black Chemists and Chemical Engineers