Career Conversations: Job Readiness Recipients of 2021

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Introducing our Job Readiness Grant Recipients Have you ever faced a barrier to employment because of your bleeding disorder or financial issues? Meet the recipients of HFA’s 2021 Job Readiness Grants. To learn more, visit our Job Readiness grants page. Ahmed Tareq Al Badri, Six Sigma Green Belt Certification This grant means a lot to me […]

Celebrating Black History Month

As our nation celebrates Black History Month, the Hemophilia Federation of America would like to recognize the contributions of Black Americans within the bleeding disorders community. This month, we will amplify the stories of Black community members and hope you’ll celebrate them with us. We recognize our society still has many challenges to address, but […]

Barriers to Diagnosis: Women and X-linked Diseases

On Tuesday, February 8 from 7:00 – 8:30 pm ET, HFA will present “Barriers to Diagnosis: Women with X-linked Diseases” in partnership with Remember the Girls and the National Organization for Rare Diseases (NORD). A ubiquitous belief among medical professionals is that all X-linked diseases are recessive, meaning a person would need two genetic mutations […]

HFA Launches 2022 Educational Series with Presentation on Joint Replacements for Patients with Bleeding Disorders

WASHINGTON, DC, December 20, 2021 – The Hemophilia Federation of America (HFA) offers monthly educational webinars for patients, caregivers and healthcare providers and is launching their 2022 series on January 18 at 7:00 pm ET with Dr. James Luck, Jr., Director of Surgical Services at the Orthopaedic Institute for Children at UCLA Health. Dr. Luck will discuss joint […]

Connect with Your Community

Blood Brotherhood Our Blood Brotherhood program is designed to empower adult men living with bleeding disorders. This nationwide network of men educates, supports and challenges each person as they strive to live healthier lives. Join us as we discuss issues facing adult men in our community. Join the Blood Brotherhood Chat Sister Space Join your […]

HFA's Commitment to Anti-Racism

Hemophilia Federation of America acknowledges that our staff and the bleeding disorders community hold many identities and experience oppression and biases, including the very real impact of systemic racism and racial prejudice.As an organization, we reject all forms of racism and vow to uphold an anti-racist culture. We recognize that it requires ongoing examination of […]

Intern Introspective: Meet our 2021 Policy & Government Relations Interns

The HFA team is excited to welcome a new group of students to our summer 2021 internship program! They will be participating in our annual Advocacy internship virtually, developing their passion in health care policy and self-advocacy. They will be participating in regular webinars and online training about legislative, policy and advocacy issues, learning more […]

Former Board Chair Recognition, 2020 | Josh Hemann

Each year Hemophilia Federation of America honors the service of special individuals who have gone above and beyond in support of the bleeding disorders community. HFA’s 2020 awards were presented during a virtual ceremony on Aug. 25, 2020. HFA celebrates these individuals. Josh Hemann Former Board Chair Recognition HFA recognizes former board chairs for their […]

Volunteer of the Year, 2020 | Tracy Cleghorn

Each year Hemophilia Federation of America honors the service of special individuals who have gone above and beyond in support of the bleeding disorders community. HFA’s 2020 awards were presented during a virtual ceremony on Aug. 25, 2020. HFA celebrates these individuals. Tracy Cleghorn Volunteer of the Year The Staff at HFA looks forward to […]