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Jason Trimiew, Director of Global Supplier Diversity at Meta, will join us on December 21, 2021 at 2:00 pm ET to share
Presenter: Jason Trimiew, Director, Global Supplier Diversity, Meta
Host: Sandhya Mukkamala, Co-President, USPAACC Western Regional Chapter; Partner & Co-Founder, ASTUTE
Director, Global Supplier Diversity
For two decades, Jason has worked at the intersection of the marketplace and social impact in international microfinance, community and economic development, and venture philanthropy. In 2016, Jason joined Facebook to launch and lead the company’s supplier diversity program and create more opportunity for diverse-owned firms to do business with Facebook and the people and communities that Facebook connects. Facebook has now spent more than $1.7 billion cumulatively with US companies certified as minority, women, veteran, LGBTQ, or disabled-owned in categories spanning creative services, network infrastructure, facilities management and more.
Prior to joining Facebook, Jason designed and delivered the community impact initiatives for Super Bowl 50 resulting in more than $20 million in grants for Bay Area nonprofits and contracts for local, diverse-owned businesses. Jason was formerly a Managing Director at REDF, a venture philanthropy founded by KKR Co-Chairman George R. Roberts, where he led business development and strategic partnerships. Jason earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Covenant College (GA), a master’s degree in international and development economics from the University of San Francisco, and has completed the Executive Program in Nonprofit Leadership from Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business.
Co-President; Partner and Co-Founder
USPAACC Western Regional Chapter; ASTUTE
Sandhya Mukkamala is a Partner and Co-Founder at ASTUTE and an accomplished CPA in the State of California. She advises clients on R&D tax incentives, technical accounting, forensic audits, as well as works closely with clients’ CFOs/Controllers to develop stronger processes and controls within the business. She has more than 15 years of experience in audit and review engagements, and complex Merger & Acquisition due diligence audits for private and public accounting sectors.
Prior to founding Astute, Sandhya has served as M&A due diligence auditor for several years in a reputed public accounting firm in Silicon Valley. She has led the audit team in planning, structuring, and performed M&A due diligence activities across all functional areas such as financial, products, operations, and technology etc. She has also served as an external Auditor for various high-tech, automotive, retail, manufacturing, and service industries nationally and globally. As an acumen auditor, she helped companies uncover millions of dollars lost due to fraudulent activities or lack of control over processes, addressed complex accounting and financial reporting challenges.
Besides Auditing and Corporate finance, Sandhya has extensive experience in R&D tax credit consulting projects, performed numerous financial and M&A due diligence audits, resolved complex Accounting for Income tax provisions, SEC Reporting, internal controls testing and fraud testing over financial reporting for a multitude of industries from early startups to Pre-IPO to public companies nationally and globally.
Her unique understanding, problem-solving skills and providing reliable solutions have benefited clients in various industry sectors.