Senior Special Projects Coordinator
Mrs. Mui Mui Hin-McCormick is a Senior Special Projects Coordinator for the Commission on Equity and Opportunity. She obtained her B.S. degree from Fairfield University and her M.S. in Marriage and Family Therapy from Central Connecticut State University; and eventually pursued her license as a Marriage and Family Therapist in Connecticut. In Mrs. Hin-McCormick’s former position as a Clinical Director of a behavioral health outpatient clinic, her work allowed her to concentrate on specific underserved populations such as the homeless, HIV, and Asian Pacific American populations; emphasizing the importance of culturally and linguistically appropriate services.
During her time with the Asian Pacific American Affairs Commission, Mrs. Hin-McCormick completed the state’s first Southeast Asian Needs Assessment which resulted in valuable information gathering on a growing Asian population with unique needs. Furthermore, she led a language access campaign that expanded locally and was highlighted by the White House Initiative on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders.
Mrs. Hin-McCormick has conducted multiple trainings in diverse communities for professionals and community members on an array of topics such as mental health issues, outreach work, and cultural awareness and has been recognized for her leadership, expertise, and commitment in addressing health disparities and inequities. She continues to serve on various commissions, committees, and councils to assist providers and others in including marginalized and underserved groups in activities and initiatives, stressing cultural sensitivity, collaboration, and partnership.