DCBDPA Washington, D.C. | Host Chapter Overview Community Technology Advocacy & Executive Summary • 3Q12    Fiscal Year 20...
DC                                         About Us    –   National BDPA (NBDPA), formerly known as Black Data Processing ...
DC      Our Mission, Our Future | STEM-IC Workforce   Cover Story: bdpatoday, August 2012 Edition | Student members arrivi...
DC       Local Chapter Professional Development         Regional Youth Programs                                 Profession...
DC     Community Outreach and Government Relations             Community Outreach                           Multicultural ...
DC              Local NPO Engagements with CS-STEM Programs Small & Midsized Business (SMB) Mentors                       ...
DC   Local Community Advanced Program Development     Advanced CS-STEM Programs                               Advanced Pro...
DC                   Local Chapter Current Events Regional Conferences & Annual Awards                       Multimedia an...
DC    Annual Regional Chapter Youth R&D Development            CS-STEM HBCU/MI                                  BDPA-DC an...
DC    Small Business Engagements with Local CS-STEM Programs     Advocacy and Entrepreneurship                    Small & ...
DC        Local Chapter Annual Awards (2Q12 & 4Q12)            Annual Spring & Fall Scholarship Fundraising Events        ...
DC    Local Chapter Cyber & CS-STEM Activities (2Q12)    Advance Planning Briefings to Interns (APBi)                     ...
DC         Regional Sponsors | June 16th, 2012                            Tec-Masters, Inc.   bdpatoday                   ...
DC Local Chapter STEM-IC (Intell/Cyber) Activities (2Q12)     Advance Planning Briefings to Interns (APBi)                ...
DC        Local Chapter Annual Grants & Awards (4Q12)                 Keynote ● Community Grants ● Student Awards      201...
DC       Local Chapter Cyber & CS-STEM Collaboration     Industry Trade Publications & Socialmedia                        ...
DC   Recent Chapter Cyber & CS-STEM Activities (4Q11)   Advance Program Briefings to Industry (APBI)                      ...
DC     Current Regional Chapter CS-STEM Campaigns  Regional High School           National BDPA Technology              Na...
DC                    Contact Us    •   BDPA-DC Executive Committee CY-2011/2012         –   Perry Carter, Chapter Preside...
DC BDPA Washington, D.C. Chapter | Host Overview     www.ncr-bdpa.org | www.bdpatoday.org  Fiscal Year 2013 • Industry & G...
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  1. 1. DCBDPA Washington, D.C. | Host Chapter Overview Community Technology Advocacy & Executive Summary • 3Q12 Fiscal Year 2012 • Outreach Community Relations Advancing Careers From The Classroom to The BoardroomSM
  2. 2. DC About Us – National BDPA (NBDPA), formerly known as Black Data Processing Associates, is a global CS-STEM (Computer Science | Science/Technology/Engineering/Mathematics) IRS 501(c)(6) non-profit organization (NPO) promoting professional career advancement and corporate growth for its stakeholders. Founded in 1975, NBDPA’s founders’ concern, which subsequently was shared with industry, was very few minorities in middle and upper management, low recruitment and poor preparation of minorities for emerging technical positions. Moreover, an overall lack of upward career mobility, little or no minority community engagements or outreach from industry continued to perpetuate these concerns into our 21st century. – BDPA-DC was founded and chartered by NBDPA in 1978 and incorporated in 1981 as an IRS 501(c)(3) public charity. BDPA-DC celebrates its 35th Anniversary in 2013. BDPA-DC encourages expansion of technology and science programs, corporate social responsibility (CSR), community outreach, and service delivery to underserved and unserved communities within the National Capital Region (NCR). Toward this end, our local chapter encourages support of Chapter Interest Groups (CIGs) which are designed to meet or exceed service delivery requirements where growing technical trends and demographics ultimately can support a sustainable, viable and vibrant BDPA Corporate Advisory Council (CAC), Corporate Technology Council (CTC), and a Corporate Legislative Council (CLC) to effectively work with standing Chapter Committees and assigning subject-matter experts (SMEs) and mentors from industry to Integrated CS-STEM and STEM-IC (Intel/Cyber) Project Team (IPT) leaders. – For 37 years NBDPA and local BDPA Chapters have helped advance technical careers from the classroom to the boardroom by hosting and participating in community oriented CS- STEM programs, workshops, expos, conferences, and CS-STEM outreach events. Washington, D.C. (BDPA-DC) and Northern Virginia (BDPA NoVA) chapters of BDPA remain committed to excellence while providing a wide range of shared resources to members, corporate sponsors, small business owners, educational institutions and local communities within the National Capital Region (NCR).Advancing Careers From The Classroom to The BoardroomSM
  3. 3. DC Our Mission, Our Future | STEM-IC Workforce Cover Story: bdpatoday, August 2012 Edition | Student members arriving at Hilton Baltimore to attend the 34th National BDPA Technology Conference for IT Showcase (ITSC), High School Computer Competition (HSCC), and Youth Technology Conference (YTC) events.Advancing Careers From The Classroom to The BoardroomSM
  4. 4. DC Local Chapter Professional Development Regional Youth Programs Professional DevelopmentBDPA-DC Annual Awards and Scholarships BDPA-DC, BDPA NoVA, and bdpatoday support local technology expos, career fairs, and regional ICT industry trade shows.BDPA-DC Oracle Foundation Scholarship winners andHigh School Computer Competition (HSCC) Co-CaptainsFrancisco Nunez and TurKenya Herring with Louis Shack Attending Federal OSDBU Procurement Conferences(left), BDPA-DC HSCC Program Director and Perry Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business UtilizationCarter (right), Chapter President.Advancing Careers From The Classroom to The BoardroomSM
  5. 5. DC Community Outreach and Government Relations Community Outreach Multicultural Government Relations BDPA-DC and Internships BDPA-DC and LISTA BDPA-DC supports other IT NPOs such as LISTA (Latinos in Information Sciences and Technology Association) when visiting Capitol Hill. Shown below (L-R) are Perry Carter, President, BDPA-DC; Secretary of Labor, The Honorable Hilda L. Solis, and Jose A. Marquez, President and CEO of LISTA.Several BDPA Members in the National CapitalRegion (NCR) work for or with Federal agencies andprime contractors supporting leading-edge programssuch as DoD’s High-Performance ComputingModernization Program (HPCMP) Office.Advancing Careers From The Classroom to The BoardroomSM
  6. 6. DC Local NPO Engagements with CS-STEM Programs Small & Midsized Business (SMB) Mentors CS-STEM/STEM Technology Programs BDPA-DC supports Computer Science (CS) and Science Technology Engineering and Math (STEM) programs that bridge technology gaps in K-12, young adult education and professional development. The Chapter partners with organizations such as JEF, FIRST Robotics, Patriots Technical Training Center, (PTTC) and the YMCA on CS-STEM community oriented projects.Ms. Marjorie E. Forbes (center) received the Host ChaptersLifetime Achievement Award for 2011. Ms. Forbes is VicePresident of Intelligence Solutions for Ross Technologies,Inc. (RTGX). She retired from the National Security Agency(NSA) in 2007 as a member of the Defense IntelligenceSenior Executive Service (DISES). Ms. Forbes and otherSMB Executives support and sponsor young men and womeninterested in Cyber or IT careers and related CS-STEM fieldsof study .Advancing Careers From The Classroom to The BoardroomSM
  7. 7. DC Local Community Advanced Program Development Advanced CS-STEM Programs Advanced Program Development in DCHigh Performance Computing (HPC) with JEF BDPA-DC college student members work on approved projects, prepare White Papers and presentations with one of our District-based partners Joint Educational Facilities (JEF) for regional and national IT Showcase (ITSC) competitions. The JEF Lab, in photo shown below, features HP BladeSystem servers and large-format (plotter) HP Designjet printer used for BDPA IT Showcase projects and poster presentations respectively. In 2011, JEF upgraded to a 1Gbps (1GigE) connection to the District of Columbia Community Access Network (DC-CAN) – managed by the DC-Net Program from the District’s Office of the Chief Technology Officer (OCTO).Dr. Paul Gray, above left, visiting Associate Professor,Computer Science Department, University of NorthernIowa, introduces “Little Fe”, the portable cluster forcomputational science education to JEF students. JEF,a District of Columbia-based NPO, received the firstproduction unit of Little Fe. JEF participants maintainannual BDPA-DC student memberships with theirrespective local BDPA Chapters..Advancing Careers From The Classroom to The BoardroomSM
  8. 8. DC Local Chapter Current Events Regional Conferences & Annual Awards Multimedia and CS-STEM SupportSenior government officials keynote local BDPA events BDPA-DC’s News Bureau adds print and online CS-STEM newsletter publications, bdpatoday, to communities via NBDPA’s network of local chapters. TV, mobile video productions, and vignettes for You-Tube began in FY11.Above (L-R), Lt. Gen. Ronnie Hawkins, US Air Force (thenVice Director, Defense Information Systems Agency[DISA]), Dr. Caesar Jackson (National Science Top 25 media markets in CONUS are targeted forFoundation), and ADM Cecil D. Haney, US Navy (then the latest BDPA chapter and technology news viaDirector, Naval Warfare Integration Group), were print and online publications. Software developmentdistinguished guests and presenters during a local BDPA kits (SDK’s) for youth programs are used for mobileconference. Today, Washington, D.C. native Admiral device application upgrades to popular product linesHaney has his fourth star as Commander, Pacific Fleet and such as Motorola’s XOOM™ and Apple’s iPad.Advancing Careers third starThe Classroom to The BoardroomSMLt. Gen. Hawkins has his From as DISA’s new Director.
  9. 9. DC Annual Regional Chapter Youth R&D Development CS-STEM HBCU/MI BDPA-DC and Patriots Technology Program Support Training Center (PTTC) Youth CampsAdmiral Gary Roughead, US Navy (right), former Chief of Co-Hosted annually by local HBCUs or MSIs, PTTC,Naval Operations and keynote presenter, speaks with HSCC and IT Showcase (ITSC) students participate in aHSCC and IT Showcase finalists during the 32nd National wide variety of application development, research, andBDPA Technology Conference held July 2010 in autonomous systems programming activities in directPhiladelphia. A few finalists were invited and attended support of local and regional CS-STEM oriented studentthe TeraGrid Conference with JEF in Pittsburgh, the competitions.following week.Advancing Careers From The Classroom to The BoardroomSM
  10. 10. DC Small Business Engagements with Local CS-STEM Programs Advocacy and Entrepreneurship Small & Midsized Business (SMB) Sponsorships Membership Outreach Programs V-TECH Solutions, Inc. is the Chapter’s 2011 Small Business Sponsor of the Year. Victor Holt, President and CEO shown with 2011 Industry Day Keynote speaker, Rear Admiral Gretchen S. Herbert, US Navy, Commander, Navy Cyber Forces. V-TECH is a DoD Protégé with NBDPA’s Platinum Sponsor HP proudly serving as V-TECH’s Mentor.BDPA Members in the National Capital Region(NCR) work for or with small business prime andsubcontractors supporting private and public sectorcustomers. Congressman Steny Hoyer (center)shown with local BDPA Chapter executives andsmall business executives (Pamela Gilliam,President and CEO of Infotek International.)Advancing Careers From The Classroom to The BoardroomSM
  11. 11. DC Local Chapter Annual Awards (2Q12 & 4Q12) Annual Spring & Fall Scholarship Fundraising Events Fall 2012 | November 7, 2012 Washington Navy Yard HSCC Awards ● IT Showcase Awards ● Internship Awards SiriusXM Satellite Radio Oracle 2012 Chapter Corporate Sponsor of the Year 2012 Chapter Education Sponsor of the YearAdvancing Careers From The Classroom to The BoardroomSM
  12. 12. DC Local Chapter Cyber & CS-STEM Activities (2Q12) Advance Planning Briefings to Interns (APBi) Classrooms to Boardrooms Dr. Daryl Stone BDPA-DC 2012 2012 Cyber Challenge Teams Corporate Champion Executives from agencies, corporations, and regional BDPA Chapters honor local collegiate Cyber Challenge team members during the Dr. Daryl Stone is a Professor, annual fall banquet. Above, Prince George’s Community College Computer Science, at Bowie State (PGCC) 2012 Cyber Challenge Team attends annual event to discuss University and one of the Chapter’s career, scholarship, certification, and internship opportunities with Principal Investigators (PI) for STEM- potential employers and sponsors. IC and CS-STEM Projects in the Washington, D.C. area.Advancing Careers From The Classroom to The BoardroomSM
  13. 13. DC Regional Sponsors | June 16th, 2012 Tec-Masters, Inc. bdpatoday IHOP of Bowie SecurityOrb.com Best Buy Joint Educational SiriusXM Satellite Radio Facilities (JEF) Bowie State University National BDPA State Farm CSC Oracle U.S. Air Force District of Columbia Courts Patriots Technology U.S. Navy Training CentersAdvancing Careers From The Classroom to The BoardroomSM
  14. 14. DC Local Chapter STEM-IC (Intell/Cyber) Activities (2Q12) Advance Planning Briefings to Interns (APBi) Industry Keynotes Dr. Daryl Stone STEM-IC and ICT Industry Panelists This years STEM-IC (Intelligence & Cyber) Panel featured (L-R): LtCol. John Yourse, US Air Force, ISCS Tonya Gray, US Navy Intelligence; Kellep Charles, Creator and provides keynote and opening remarks Executive Editor, SecurityOrb.com and LtCol. John Yourse, USAF, during Regional Technology summit at Department of the Air Force, Diversity and Inclusion. Big Data, Cloud Bowie State University. computing Cybersecurity, computer modeling and simulation wereAdvancing viable careerFrom The Classroom tosectors.BoardroomSM discussed as Careers opportunities across all industry The
  15. 15. DC Local Chapter Annual Grants & Awards (4Q12) Keynote ● Community Grants ● Student Awards 2012 Keynote Speaker Best Buy Children’s Foundation Vice Admiral Manson Brown, U.S. Coast Guard New 2012 Grant to BDPA-DC and Local Sponsor (3Q12) Deputy Commandant for Mission Support Community Outreach , HSCC, ITSC, and STEM Theme: Cybersecurity Workforce DevelopmentAdvancing Careers From The Classroom to The BoardroomSM
  16. 16. DC Local Chapter Cyber & CS-STEM Collaboration Industry Trade Publications & Socialmedia FY12 | 5th Anniversary Begins 2012 Communications & Public Relations Teams In 2012, BDPA celebrates its chapter BDPA’s Journalism students partner with media, entertainment, and newsletter’s fifth year with a new design ICT industry mentors to enhance coverage of industry news through and interactive features provided by the lens of their respective cultures and communities. Shown above, various industry sponsors. HSCC, Prince Georges Community College (PGCC) Journalism students ITSC, Journalism student members, and attending the chapter’s annual fall awards events with their mentors. interns support various projects.Advancing Careers From The Classroom to The BoardroomSM
  17. 17. DC Recent Chapter Cyber & CS-STEM Activities (4Q11) Advance Program Briefings to Industry (APBI) Classrooms to Boardrooms 2011 Regional Technology Conference Host Francisco Nunez BDPA-DC Student MemberExecutives from agencies and regional corporations accept invitations to Oracle Scholar FY10, FY 11 and FY12attend national and regional BDPA events to support our community’sCNCI, OPSEC, Cyber, STEM and SITES programs hosted by HBCUs. Mr. Nunez is a BDPA-DC HSCC AlumniAbove (l-r), APBI panelists: Captain Daniel Lakhani, U.S. Marine Corps; Class of 2010, student at MorehouseVice Admiral Michelle Howard, U.S. Navy and 2011 BDPA Regional College currently maintaining a stellarTechnology Conference Keynote Speaker; Lisa Harbour-Carter (seated), GPA while completing an internshipComcast; and Keith Scott, Federal DoD Account Executive of FireEye. with HP in the Washington, D.C. area.Advancing Careers From The Classroom to The BoardroomSM
  18. 18. DC Current Regional Chapter CS-STEM Campaigns Regional High School National BDPA Technology National BDPA Technology Computer Conference Conference Competitions Baltimore 2012 Washington 2013 2013 NBDPA 2012 NBDPA 2013 Regional Brackets Baltimore Hilton Washington Hilton Corporate Sponsorships 34th National Technology Conference 35th National Technology Conference and Partner Donations for August 1-4, 2012 August 13-17, 2013 ITSC Teams & HSCC Top Seeds HSCC and ITSC Sponsorships HSCC and ITSC Sponsorships .Advancing Careers From The Classroom to The BoardroomSM
  19. 19. DC Contact Us • BDPA-DC Executive Committee CY-2011/2012 – Perry Carter, Chapter President | perry@bdpa.org -or- bdpapcx@aol.com – Chapter President-Elect | Vacant – Ravenna Chase, Vice President Finance – Dr. Jesse Bemley, Vice President Strategy & Planning – Edward Yeldell, Vice President Membership Management – Joshua Farrish, Vice President Membership Services – Sharrarne Morton, Communications Committee Chair – Louis Shack, High School Computer Competition (HSCC) Program Manager – Rodrick Edwards, Training & Education Programs – Marcella Black-Caro, Immediate Past President • BDPA-DC Chapter Websites, I.T. Events, and eMail – www.ncr-bdpa.org web – www.bdpatoday.org -or- http://bdpa-dc.groupsite.com – www.twitter.com/bdpatoday Twitter – info@ncr-bdpa.org email • BDPA-DC IRS & Federal Procurement Data – IRS 501 (c)(3) TIN/EIN: 52-1346530 – CAGE/NCAGE Code: 5FBU8 – DUNS Number: 828023452 – Local Executive Team: BDPA-DC Senior Executives are eligible for very special STEM-IC (Intell/Cyber) engagements with DoD/IC agencies • BDPA-DC Phone Numbers – Chapter President: 703.627.8257 – Events & Communications: 240.463.6915Advancing Careers From The Classroom to The BoardroomSM
  20. 20. DC BDPA Washington, D.C. Chapter | Host Overview www.ncr-bdpa.org | www.bdpatoday.org Fiscal Year 2013 • Industry & Government Sponsors Visit: www.bdpa.org35th Anniversary National BDPA Technology Conference Washington, D.C. | August 13-17, 2013Advancing Careers From The Classroom to The BoardroomSM

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