Join a caring board with purpose

Join a caring board with purpose

About the Position

Thank you for your interest in joining our Board of Directors! We have 3 open Board seats for the 2023 election cycle starting in April 2023.

Please read our Role Description to learn more about what a Board Member does.

Desired Skills & Expertise

The HFA Board is committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion among its officers and directors. We especially encourage BIPOC and LGBTQ candidates to apply. In addition, we are seeking individuals who possess experience and expertise in the fields of Human Resources, Public Relations, pharmaceutical industry, and who are bilingual in English and Spanish.

If you would like to talk to a Board Member about their experience or ask questions, please email George Stone.


  • Applications due:¬†Monday, February 13
  • Zoom interviews with selected candidates: early March
  • Board of Directors election decisions: late March
  • New Board Members are asked to attend¬†Symposium in Orlando: April 13-16

About Us

We are a community-based, patient-centered organization and are committed to championing the needs of families living with debilitating bleeding disorders. We advocate for safe and effective therapies and quality, affordable health coverage. Ultimately, we seek a better quality of life for all persons with bleeding disorders.

Read the history of bleeding disorders >>

What We Do


We understand the enormous, financial impact of managing a bleeding disorder. We provide financial assistance to any eligible community member, who may be experiencing an emergency, facing a natural disaster, or needing medically necessary items.


We take a holistic approach to create tailored, accessible content for our bleeding disorders community and provide education that is timely, relevant, engaging, and intentional: we meet our people where they are.


We defend and promote access to safe and effective treatments, as well as access to the quality, affordable coverage that pays for this care. We support the bleeding disorders community by providing information and tools to participate in monitoring, advocating, and supporting federal and state public policies.

Learn More

Make a difference in the lives of bleeding disorders patients and families by serving on the board of HFA.

999 N Capitol Street NE, Suite 301
Washington, D.C. 20002