Hemophilia Federation of America is a national nonprofit organization that assists, educates, and advocates for the bleeding disorders community.
The halfway point of our Policy and Government Relations Internship program is an excellent time to take stock of our interns’ first month or so. In this Intern Introspective, Cami and Eric break down what an average day in the life looks like as an HFA intern. ___________________________________________________________________________________________ 9 am to 10 am – Cami […]
Earlier this summer, we introduced you to Eric and Camila, our summer Policy Interns. They have been busy all over DC, attending Congressional hearings, executive briefings, and much more. Recently, they got to experience first-hand the planning and execution of our 3nd Annual Patient Fly-In. Below is their take on the week. _________________________________________________________________________________ What was […]
Two weeks ago we introduced you to one of our Policy & Government Relations intern’s, Eric. This week, we are pleased to feature our second summer intern, Camila. _______________________________________________________________________ What school do you attend? What is your major? I am a rising senior at the University of Richmond in Richmond, Virginia. I am completing a […]
Earlier this summer we welcomed our summer policy & advocacy interns to our DC office. Adam and Matthew are part of the bleeding disorders community and were chosen to participate in a 10-week internship because of their leadership qualities and interest in the field of policy and advocacy. Throughout the summer, Adam and Matthew: Gained […]
Earlier this year, we opened applications for a ten week advocacy & government relations internship* for this summer. We are excited to introduce you to the two candidates that we selected! Adam and Matthew are part of the bleeding disorders community and have been chosen because of their leadership qualities and interest in the field of […]
Last week, members of the bleeding disorder community flew to Washington, DC to speak with their US House and Senate representatives asking them to support HR 460, the Patients’ Access to Treatment Act. This important piece of legislation prohibits insurance companies from charging more for the drugs that they place into specialty tiers, than they […]
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