An experienced non-profit manager, Mayur Chandriani is committed to programs focused on immigrant healthcare, maternal and child health and community involvement.
Before joining HMA, Mayur led a county-wide substance abuse prevention and outreach program aimed, but not limited to, Latino populations with the Latin American Community Center (LACC). While there, he provided prevention education, developed and disseminated educational materials and handled referrals to treatment and therapy.
A skilled facilitator and program manager, Mayur has facilitated community partnerships and capacity building efforts including LACC Advocacy Task Force, Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Disorder (FASD) Task Force, and Safe Kids Delaware. He was an active member of the Delaware Community Response Team (CRT), a pilot initiative jointly funded by the Delaware Division of Public Health and HMA. In that role, he which responded to sentinel events, provided opioid misuse prevention education, and distributed naloxone alongside a team of diverse stakeholders.
With a background in education, Mayur also has experience with early childhood education and sports and was previously a student advisor and facility manager with Kaplan Test Prep and Admissions. He is a certified prevention specialist and has completed certificates in nonprofit leadership and immigration law. He earned a bachelor’s degree in biological sciences from Drexel University.