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Mason Williams Named to Board of Directors of Promise in Brevard

Promise in Brevard recently named Widerman Malek attorney Mason Williams as a member of its board of directors. Established in 2009, Promise is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization with a mission to provide affordable, independent housing for individuals with cognitive and physical disabilities utilizing public and private partnerships to develop a model community.

When announcing the new additions to the Promise board, Board Chairwoman Dr. Lori Nelson-Bradstreet said, “We are very fortunate to add Cindy and Mason to the Promise Board of Directors. They both bring unique and relevant experience and have a passion for helping individuals with disabilities. We are excited to see what the future holds.”

Mason focuses his legal practice on the areas of Construction, Estate Planning, Estate Litigation, Guardianship and Probate. Prior to his law career, he was a civil engineer with BRPH Architects/Engineers. Mason strongly believes in the importance of community involvement and assisting those in need. He serves on the board of directors for both The Morgan Project and the Space Coast Guardianship Association. He also is a member of the Junior Achievement Charity Golf Tournament Committee and is past president of the Barry University Alumni Association.

For more information about Promise or how to help the organization with its mission for individuals with special needs, please visit here.