Don Maddy


Don Maddy is co-founder and Vice President of Angels in Action Learning Center, Inc., an education company established in 2003.

Maddy also has extensive public policy experience, having served in federal and state government and as a private sector legislative advocate.  He holds an MBA from Golden Gate University and a B.A. from California State University, Fresno.

Maddy has represented the views of numerous private sector interests and government agencies, including 3M, Amazon, BNSF Railway, IBM, Johnson & Johnson, Raytheon, and the California Hospital Association.

Maddy first served in an advocacy position following his appointment by President George H.W. Bush as deputy assistant secretary of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, under the leadership of Secretary Jack Kemp.  He has served other elected officials in senior management positions and on executive boards, including a term as chief deputy treasurer of the State of California during the tenure of State Treasurer Matt Fong.