The Global Leadership Forum (GLF) was designed by the collaborative efforts of its partners. GLF is always looking for additional partners. If your organization has interest, please visit Becoming A Partner. Below are the three partnership organizations that helped launch GLF:
ITSMF is the only national organization dedicated exclusively to cultivating executive-level talent among Black information technology professionals. Since its inception in 1996, ITSMF has offered leadership development programs and held quarterly Symposiums focused on preparing the next generation of diverse technology leaders in the global marketplace. Today, fifty-two percent (52%) of their members are from Fortune 500 companies.
For 40 years, BDPA has enabled the upward mobility of African Americans in Information Technology (IT) and STEM fields. Through its 40+ local community chapters in major cities across the United States, BDPA has been a leader and pioneer in technology and STEM training for minority IT professionals and High School students.
A 501(c)3 that was founded in 1993 to promote career opportunities in engineering, science and technology to historically underrepresented groups in STEM fields through professional and career development, educational programs, awards programs and career placement opportunities.
An award-winning systems integrator that provides innovative technology products, services and supply chain solutions to customers and suppliers around the globe. WWT brings an innovative and proven approach to how organizations discover, evaluate, architect and implement technology.