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Contact us today to learn more about the Hemophilia Association of New York.

The dedicated staff we have on board work hard to ensure the bleeding disorder community of New York receives the support and information they need. Contact our staff to learn more about The Hemophilia Association of New York today.

Tyshawn Constantine

Associate Director

Tyshawn Constantine has been involved with the Hemophilia Association of New York since the early 2000s. Starting as a young camper/volunteer establishing connections within the community. He embodies the mission and vision of HANY and considers the Hemophilia Community a home away from home. Professionally Ty has held various positions in client management, pharmaceutical advertising, and healthcare marketing & advocacy for those with rare bleeding disorders. Currently, at HANY he is the Associate Director & an active trustee with the Hemophilia Federation of America. He holds a BS in Marketing/Technology from Long Island University and is currently earning his MBA at Syracuse University.

Linda Mugford

Executive Director

Has worked within the bleeding disorders community for over twenty years. Her specialty has been insurance and access for the community. Since 2010 she has been the Executive Director of the Association. She is one of the founding members of the New York State Bleeding Disorders Coalition which provides ‘Grass Roots’ advocacy for the community. She received her MBA from Dowling College and has a BA from Nyack College. She lives on the North Fork on Long Island. Her favorite pastime is cooking and spending time with family, friends, and her Brittany.

Lina Garzon

Client Support / Program Associate

Lina Garzon graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Corporate Communications and Hispanic Studies & Spanish minors from Baruch College. Since graduating she has worked in Human Resources/Talent Acquisition within the fields of Advertising and Education. She now serves as a Program Associate within HANY where she supports programs, and client services, and acts as the liaison to the Latino Community.

Stay Informed

Our quarterly newsletter, Hemophilia Outlook, provides information about new bleeding disorder treatments, upcoming educational events, and our scholarship and grant programs.

Receive Aid

If you or a family member requires financial assistance to obtain bleeding disorder therapy, the Hemophilia Association of New York might be able to help.

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Contact us today for more information about financial support, grant opportunities, or donating.