Interested in policy and advocacy? Want to be a part of something big? Have a desire to gain leadership skills?
Check out HFA’s newest initiative: Advocacy Leadership Council
Through the Advocacy Leadership Council, HFA will provide leadership development in advocacy. The Advocacy Leadership Council program is designed to build a strong, engaged army of champions to fight for meaningful healthcare and thus help to improve care and quality of life for all people living with bleeding disorders.
HFA will provide robust, year-round advocacy training for 12 to 15 community members annually who will form a sustainable base of advocates committed to educating, organizing, engaging, and mobilizing the community. Council members will meet face-to-face three times in 2019, participate in webinars and civic engagement at the local level. Members will build the skills and expertise needed to assist in advancing policies that help the bleeding disorders community, as well as become a resource for local advocacy efforts.
Interested in applying to be a part of the Advocacy Leadership Council?