Indian-American Dilip Chauhan appointed as Deputy Comptroller for Minority Affairs in New York
Chauhan had joined the Comptroller’s office in 2015 as Director for Community Affairs, South and East Asia.
Indian-American Dilip Chauhan was on 8 August 2017 appointed as the Deputy Comptroller for Minority Affairs of Nassau County, New York. He was nominated for the post by Nassau County Comptroller George Maragos.
The post of Deputy Comptroller for Minority Affairs focuses on increasing outreach to the minority communities in Nassau County here.
The minority communities are an integral part of the structure of The Nassau County and the Comptroller’s Office has been a driving force in advocating for increased business opportunities for Minority and Women Owned Enterprises (MWBEs) to meet the County’s goals.
Chauhan had joined the Comptroller’s office in 2015 as Director for Community Affairs, South and East Asia. He has been serving as Senior Advisor to the Comptroller since early 2017.
Chauhan has been active in numerous community including his role as Advisor to the American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin (AAPI); as a Board member for Service Now for Adult Persons (SNAP) and a Volunteer for the United Nations Millennium World Peace Summit.