COMMUNITY AND PUBLIC RELATIONS

Dikita believes in the community.

We believe in giving back to the communities where we work, live, and play, by sharing our collective talents and gifts for the benefit and enrichment of others.

Dikita is a staple in the surrounding communities. The firm mission statement, “Bringing The Community Together For Its Greater Good”, was adopted in 1989 when the principals, Lucious and Eve Williams (father and daughter) were tasked by DART to assist with informing communities in the southern sector about the alternative designs for the DART light rail extension from downtown to Ledbetter.

Deborah Watters, Controller II for Dikita, is volunteering with DART/DISD to hand out meals to families at the Janie Turner Recreation Center. “I enjoy helping people and putting smiles on their faces.” (pictured at far right)

Lucious Williams and Eve Williams at the South Oak Cliff High School (SOC) Ribbon Cutting and Grand Opening Ceremony

Jazz Luncheon

We won first place! COMTO bowling event

Gary Barnett manages transit studies for Dikita and recently volunteered at the Thurgood Marshall Recreation Center handing out meals to families. Gary said “it’s always great to give back to the community that influenced my life.” “I’m grateful to be a part of this experience.”

Eve Williams, President of Dikita Enterprise, Inc.
John Proctor, RBCA Chairman
Stephanie D. Nellons-Paige, Managing Director, Business Opportunity and Workforce Development

George Melas, Project Manager with Dikita, wanted to GET BUSY helping the community. He did just that at the Janie Turner Recreation Center where he worked with teams from both DART and DISD to hand out food for children. He liked that the volunteers showed great teamwork!

DART/DISD Meal Distribution

Volunteering with DART and DISD at the Thurgood Marshall Recreation Center

Community outreach ( Homeward Bound)

DART/DISD Meal Distribution

Following is a representative list of organizations to which Dikita Enterprise, Inc. executives have committed their time and resources:

  • Fort Worth Metropolitan Black Chamber
  • National Alliance For Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)
  • Association For Learning Environments (A4LE)
  • Committee Center for Leadership in School Reform
  • Council of Educational Facilities Planners International (CEFPI)
  • National Alliance of Black School Educators (NABSE) National School Boards Association (NSBA)
  • National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP)
  • Texas Alliance of Black School Educators (TABSE) Texas Association of School Boards (TASB)
  • Texas Association for Supervision & Curriculum (ASCD)
  • University Interscholastic League (UIL) Legislative Council Representative – Region I 
  • Desoto Chamber of Commerce
  • Conference of Minority Transportation Officials (COMTO)
  • American Public Transportation Association (APTA)
  • Alley Scholars – sponsored by Troy Alley, Contreal
  • Active motivational speaker for women and young women
  • Desoto Food Pantry
  • North Texas Food Bank
  • St. Philip’s School & Community Center
  • American Public Transportation Association (APTA)
  • Participation in career day at local schools
  • Downtown Rotary Club of Fort Worth
  • Fort Worth Medical Center Community
  • Goodwill Industries
  • NAACP Youth Organization
  • Parks and Community Services
  • Phi Delta Kappa-TCU Chapter