Maloy’s career in public service spans over 31 years. In 1976, she
accepted employment with the Florida Public Service Commission as a rate
analyst and auditor. She traveled throughout the state performing rate
and financial audits of various private utility companies. In 1980, she
was employed by the Executive Office of Governor Bob Graham as a
governmental analyst and was responsible for the budgets of the judicial
system. In 1982, she was employed by the Florida Department of Commerce
where she supervised economic development programs for small
businesses. When the department was abolished in 1996, she was selected
to serve as contract manager for the state’s public-private economic
development organization within the Executive Office of Governor Lawton
Chiles. She also served in this capacity within the Executive Office of
Governor Jeb Bush.
Today, Mrs. Maloy is in her
third term as
Collector and is the only female to have served in this capacity in the
history of Leon County. She employs a staff of 85, is responsible for
the collection, investment and distribution of nearly $400 million, and
oversees six customer service centers. She pledges to continue to
improve services and maintain the highest professional ethics and
standards throughout her tenure. She is an active member of the Florida
Tax Collectors Association, Inc. and in 2010 was elected 2nd Vice
President. She has served as regional director and has chaired several
committees within the Association. Later, she was
elected a regional director and currently serves in this capacity.
Also, she is an active member of the National Association of County
Collectors, Treasurers and Finance Officers.
Maloy is active in her community and has received many awards and
recognitions. Her participation in local civic and service
organizations includes Leadership Tallahassee, Delta Sigma Theta
Sorority, Inc., American Business Women’s Association, ZONTA Club of
Tallahassee, and Jack and Jill of America., Inc. She has formerly
served on the boards of the LeMoyne Art Foundation and the Capital
Regional Medical Center.
is an active member of Bethel Missionary Baptist Church where she serves
as an usher, teaches Sunday school, and regularly attends bible studies.
A devoted wife and mother, she cherishes spending time with her husband,
Rudy, and their two adult children, Jarrett and Erin.