2:00 - 3:30 pm ET

We are pleased to invite you to USPAACC’s virtual business meeting with Facebook on Wednesday, February 3, 2021 at 2:00 pm ET.

In 2021, Facebook is looking to work with diverse suppliers across a multitude of categories including but not limited to Construction Operations, IT, Professional Services, Marketing, and Creative Services.

You will hear about:

  • How and what Facebook buys
  • Best practices for becoming a supplier to such a large corporation
  • Facebook’s commitment to Supplier Diversity
  • And more

Guest speakers

LaMecia Butler, Program Manager, Supplier Diversity, Facebook

LaMecia’s mission is to help diverse-owned businesses do business with Facebook and with the people and communities it connects. She manages the team’s global supplier community efforts, in addition to marketing and communication. Prior to Facebook, she played roles sharing an economic opportunity lens across the philanthropic and supplier diversity spaces including Director of the Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund, Director of Community Relations for Super Bowl LI in Houston, Community Relations Manager for Super Bowl 50 in the San Francisco Bay Area, and Portfolio Manager at Roberts Enterprise Development Fund (REDF).

LaMecia began her career in the media and entertainment industry overseeing public relations efforts that ranged from diversity and inclusion for a mass media company, a cable-syndicated country music network and the San Antonio Spurs. LaMecia earned her MBA from Rice University and graduated magna com laude from the University of Texas at San Antonio with a Bachelor of Arts Degree with an emphasis in Public Relations.

Diana Doukas, US Policy Programs Manager, Economic Impact, Facebook

Diana has over 15 years of government service, private sector, political and non-profit experience. She is Manager for Economic Impact for U.S. Policy Programs at Facebook. Diana previously served as the Senior Vice President of Social Responsibility and Government Affairs for the Libra Group, where she managed Libra’s nine philanthropic platforms, which address critical issues including the refugee crisis, educational opportunities for the underserved, and maternal mental health.

How to register?

  • USPAACC certified members with a valid certification number and expiration date will receive priority to join the meeting. The meeting setup fee will be FREE for members in good standing with (1) a valid certification number or a non-certified membership number, and (2) a valid expiration date.
  • If a USPAACC non-member would like to join the meeting, the meeting setup fee will be $50. Payment must be made before the meeting.




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