Sears Corporate Roundtable Examines Digital Divide During the Black Data Processing Associates 23rd Annual National Conference What: Black Data Processing Associates (BDPA) hosts a panel addressing steps different sectors of society can and are taking to employ technology to empower all individuals in our nation. Who: Moderator: Phil Ponce, WTTV-TV, Host of Chicago Tonight Panelists: Reggie Jackson, Baseball Hero and Founder of Mr. October for Kids Foundation Stephanie Springs, Deputy CIO, Sears, Roebuck and Co. Christopher Grant, Deputy CTO, Chicago Public School System Gina Billings, Senior Resource Coordinator, Compaq Computer Corporation When: Panel Session: 9:00 a.m. - 10:30 a.m., Thursday, August 16, 2001 Where: Sheraton Chicago Hotel & Towers 301 E. North Water Street Chicago, Illinois 60611 About BDPA: Black Data Processing Associates (BDPA) is the premier professional development/networking organization for African- American information technology professionals. Founded in Philadelphia, Pa., in 1975, BDPA today includes more than 40 chapters and 2,500 members nationwide. RSVP: Melissa Winchester, Sears, 847-286-5708 Kellie Harris, Compaq, 312-260-1169
PRNewswire -- Aug. 14
SOURCE: Sears, Roebuck and Co.