ROSWELL, Ga. — Developmental Disabilities Ministries, Inc., has named Roswell resident, Lettie Ongie as Director of Development and Public Relations. Previously, Ongie served in roles in communications, outreach and marketing with The Clean Air Campaign and HNTB Corporation. In her new role, she will work to further expand knowledge and awareness of DDM's mission, to empower individuals with developmental disabilities.
DDM is a nonprofit, charitable corporation serving adults with developmental disabilities and their families. Headquartered in Norcross, DDM owns and operates 19 homes in the state, where individuals with special needs are able to live and thrive. Residents work, attend day programs and have resources readily available to encourage independence.
"I am impressed not only with the mission of DDM, but the people here. Everyone is working toward the same goal: to ensure that our families and individuals with special needs are supported, provided with resources and able to live enriched lives," said Ongie. "The goal is inclusion and support for all, and I absolutely love that."
DDM is supported by churches, endowments, memorials, foundations and individual contributions. For more information and to get involved, visit www.ddmga.org or contact Ongie at firstname.lastname@example.org.