Maya Hu-Morabito received her Master's in Disability Studies from the University at Buffalo; her undergraduate work was in Psychology and Sociology. Prior to joining the National Center for START Services team, Maya worked as a Program Director in New York. She also has past experience overseeing Self Directed Services and working as a Service Coordinator and Direct Support Professional for people with Developmental Disabilities. Maya is a Project Facilitator for the National Center for START Services with current projects in New York, California and Pennsylvania. She contributes to the Training Department as a Coordinator Training Group instructor and supports some additional Certified START teams through the Quality Assurance Department. Maya is interested in leadership; she also maintains Board memberships through her County Department of Mental Health and for a Peer Run Mental Health Organization that serves 19 counties of Western and Central New York. Maya enjoys cooking and hiking. She has two beautiful children who inspire her every day.
Master's Degree, University at Buffalo, Humanities - Interdisciplinary with concentration of Disability Studies
Bachelor's Degree, University at Buffalo, Psychology and Sociology