Naples, FL – WilsonMiller is pleased to announce that John P. Maloney, P.S.M., was elected President of the Collier County Foundation for the Developmentally Disabled (FFDD). Maloney has served on the Foundation’s Board since last year. A professional land surveyor, he is a Senior Associate at WilsonMiller and is responsible for managing large-scale surveying and mapping projects.

As a not-for-profit, the Foundation has a Board whose nine members are volunteers serving as advisors, supporters, and active participants and donating their time to help the organization achieve its goals. FFDD has a wide range of programs to support parents of people with developmental disabilities as well as service providers. The Foundation also conducts numerous social events for its clients and serves as legislative advocate for developmentally disabled citizens in Collier County.

“John’s ongoing involvement in FFDD’s work in the community represents the kind of volunteerism and social responsibility that is a deeply rooted tradition of our company,” said Fermin A. Diaz, P.E., President of WilsonMiller. “We are very proud of his contribution to this important organization in Collier County.”

In addition to his work on behalf of FFDD, Maloney is a member of the Naples Nites Lions Club and served as Chairman of the Golf Tournament Committee to benefit the Florida Lions Camp for children and adults with disabilities.

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