Nutrition and Wellness Expert, Chaitra Dalton Bryant Joins the Board of the National Minority Health Association to Reduce Health Inequities
By: National Minority Health Association
Chaitra is an accomplished business leader and investor but is perhaps best known as a "nutritionista,"
Her services include "360-degree"
After graduating from Syracuse University with degrees in human development and fashion design, Chaitra completed a Plant-Based Dieting Certificate, and a Holistic Health Coach Certificate, became a Certified Worksite Wellness Specialist, and is also a Financial Wellness Facilitator. Rounding out her accomplishments, Chaitra is a member of Kappa Omicron Nu, The Links Inc., and the American Association of Drugless Practitioners.
Chaitra's passion is to help people live their best lives, and she currently sits on the board of Union Square Shoes, the advisory board of Aspire Medical Partners, and leads the Bryant Family Foundation, which she co-founded. As an incoming board member at NMHA, she will leverage her expertise, connections, and skills to "reach, touch, and bring healthy living to even more people," according to David Dalton, NMHA's Board Chair.
"Those who know Chaitra all remark on the purity and kindness of her soul, the timeless beauty of her inner smile, the gentleness of her spirit, and the love that she has in her heart for everyone she meets," noted Burgess Harrison, in his capacity as NMHA's Executive Director. "Chaitra's mantra is to always spread ripples of shining light and love, and we welcome her expertise and spirit to the NMHA board," he concluded.
About the National Minority Health Association
The National Minority Health Association was founded in 1988 by Dr. David L. Dalton, Chairman, and CEO of UNIVEC, INC.. Today, the NMHA is administering an $11.1M HRSA grant to reduce COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy and deploy new programs that focus on patient-centered, value-based care, reduce costs, and improve outcomes for minorities and underserved communities, all in its mission to bring about health equity for all. To learn more, please visit www.theNMHA.org.
The organization also welcomes new members to join the Health Equity Action Leaders network and encourages donations to combat health inequities through https://www.thenmha.org/