Anjiro E. Dorway Gabriel, began her healthcare career more than 27 years ago, graduating from Hampton University; formerly known as Hampton Institute 1987, with a Baccalaureate Degree in Healthcare and Nutrition Sciences.
Over the years, Anjiro has worked in the healthcare arena in various capacities. This involved policy formation, quality assurance/compliance, education/ training, data analysis, program evaluation, risk management, strategic planning, coordination of services, and budgeting. In addition she is a specialist in Mental Health Therapy and Treatment Modalities and has vast knowledge of the Medicaid Recipient and Provider Systems of Care. All accomplished towards the goal for the promotion of optimum health, wellness and disease prevention. As a Guyanese American she remained connected with her Caribbean culture via community service and volunteerism.
For that reason in 2003; she founded the only known 501c3 non-profit Caribbean Community Service driven organization in Central Florida to date “The Caribbean Community Connection of Orlando, Inc.
Anjiro has received numerous awards and accolades denoting her tireless efforts in working for the community including the CAFA-Community Service Award-2006, Additions School Volunteer Recognition Award-2006 and Compaq-Partners in Education Award-Orange County Public Schools 2007. Anjiro speaks three languages (English, Spanish and Creole) and spends most of her free time as a community activist and engaging in motivational public speaking assignments. Hobbies include travel, dancing, swimming and skydiving.
In 2006, Anjiro earned her Master’s Degree in Public Administration from Troy University; graduating with a 3.3 GPA. She is a proud member of the Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. and the Caribbean and Floridian Association of Central Florida. She has been married to husband, Barthelmy for over 25 years and has two daughters Nereida and Mirelya.