The National Black Data Processing Associates (NBDPA) has selected Hewlett-Packard, the world’s largest technology company, as a 2012 Corporate Epsilon Award recipient. The award recognizes exceptional companies that provide African Americans with challenging and fulfilling career opportunities in information technology and computer science. Since 2009, the NBDPA has recognized companies that have demonstrated a commitment to people and an understanding that diversity has a bottom-line business case value. “We are extremely pleased to be honored with this award,” said Lesley McNorton, Sr., Manager, Global Marketing/Multicultural, HP. “It’s long been the policy at HP to provide opportunities for individuals to thrive and be challenged in their work environment. We believe in the power of a diverse workforce which offers our company the best possibility for innovation.” The Epsilon Award was presented to HP – along with seven other companies – on Aug. 3 at the Dignitaries Reception at the National BDPA Technology Conference in Baltimore. For information visit www.bdpa.org.
HP Selected as a Top Company for Blacks in Technology
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