Santana, Maribel

Santana, Maribel


Project Coordinator II, Child Education Specialist
Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, Mount Sinai Cardiovascular Institute — 2015 – present
Developed, designed, facilitated training, education materials, and monitoring strat- egies for implementing a Health Education Intervention and the application of Child health Assessments for the FAMILIA Study (2014 – 2019), currently a Health Education Intervention for the CHSEI Study (2020-present).

– Key Achievement: Facilitated training for over 100 school staff and monitored the FAMILIA curriculum implementation in 15 schools in Harlem, NY and assessments for over 500 children over five years (562 children recruited FAMILIA Study). Part of the revision team for the CHSEI study’s health-based curriculum for children in collaboration with Sesame Workshop and S.H.E. Foundation- SPAIN.

Medicaid service coordinator,
Gateway Counseling Center, Inc. — Dec. 2013-2015
Assist program individuals with developmental disabilities in gaining access to nec- essary and appropriate services and supports. Monitor the health and safety of the individuals. Through a person-centered planning process, develop, implement, and maintain Individualized Service Plans (ISP) with individuals, other professionals, and their circle of supports within and outside of the center.

Key Achievement: Managed and maintained coordinated services for a caseload of 40 individuals.

Case Manager, HIV/aids social services,
The Salvation Army — Dec. 2009 – Aug. 2012
Oversee the physical and mental wellness of HIV/AIDS-affected individuals and ensured they had support and could achieve the best outcomes (both personal and general). Worked closely with physicians, nurses, mental health, and other health care professionals to ensure clients maintained HIV/AIDS treatment adherence, safe sex practices, housing, entitlements, and reaching personal goals.

Key Achievement: In collaboration with client’s Social Worker from St. Barna- bas Hospital (Bronx, NY) and other supports, a client was rehabilitated, reinte- grated into the community, and able to maintain housing in a supportive housing program.


Universidad Católica Santo Domingo, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
Bachelor’s Degree in Clinical Psychology, 2008


  • Bilingual: Excellent written and verbal fluency in English and Spanish
  • Computer: MAC OS, Proficient in REDCap (Research Electronic Data Capture) web application, Data entry, PowerPoint
  • Institutional Review Board (IRB) Coordination and Administration
  • Data Collection
  • Training Design and Facilitation