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GHF welcomes new Story Collection Coordinator

GHF is excited to welcome Lois Hairston as the organization’s new Story Collection Coordinator. In this role, Lois will work to collect, develop, and share the stories of Georgia individuals and families as part of GHF’s Close the Gap initiative.

Lois is a graduate of Old Dominion in Virginia, where this past year, she served as the Communication and Membership Chair for the University’s Black Alumni Chapter. Her professional background includes experience with marketing agencies in Virginia and the District of Columbia, where she managed direct marketing campaigns for clients such as the Democratic Governors Association and the HealthWell Foundation. Recently, in her role as Communications Manager for Youth Entrepreneurs, Lois managed the creation of branded content and acted as the public relations liaison for the national nonprofit.

When Lois first moved to Atlanta in 2016, she took a position with Spelman College leading fundraising campaigns for faculty, students, and young alumnae. She was also nominated and served as Vice President of the Spelman Staff Council Board. Before joining GHF, Lois was an independent contractor in the disciplines of photography, graphic design, and media production.

Purposeful, driven, and creative, Lois’s mantra is to get better every day, even if only by a little!

We are pleased that Lois has joined our team! You can contact Lois at lhairston@healthyfuturega.org or 404-567-5016 x 4.


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Now is the time to #ProtectOurCare

Be a part of the movement to #ProtectOurCare! Georgia’s members of Congress are back home this week, and we want to show them that health matters to Georgians. Tomorrow, we’ll say that loud and clear with a rally hosted by the Save My Care bus tour. The bus has been touring the country to hear about why health matters to people like you and to tell Congress to save our health care! Join GHF, the Save My Care team, Minority Leader Stacey Abrams, and others to tell Congress to #ProtectOurCare! We are spreading the words to the whole world, but we are just starting at a local level where we put banners and signage awareness with the help of ExposeYourselfUSA.


If you can’t be at the rally, we still have you covered!

Connect with your members of Congress

One of the best ways for you to tell your members of Congress to #ProtectOurCare is to speak directly with them or their staff. This week contains several opportunities to meet your elected officials and their teams in person. Click here to see if your members of Congress are hosting an event in your area. Can’t make it to the events or your members of Congress aren’t hosting any? You can call (or email) their offices to share your thoughts. Click here for a list of phone numbers and a suggested script if you don’t quite know what to say.

Don’t know who your members of Congress are? Click here to find out. (Your members of Congress are listed in the second row on the page.)


Share your story with us

Stories from people like you who have benefited from the ACA or Medicaid are incredibly powerful! When you share your story, it helps others understand how a policy might impact their family or friends, and why its important. Your story can help shape the conversation about health care access in Georgia. Let us know if you have coverage through the ACA Marketplace or Medicaid. We want to hear from you!


Join the conversation

It’s more important than ever that Georgians have the facts and information that they need to form smart opinions on policies that will impact their health care. Join us on Twitter and Facebook this week. We will be talking about how the ACA and Medicaid have impacted Georgia, and what is at stake in the proposed plans to roll back health care access in our state. Get started by signing our petition to #ProtectOurCare and sharing it with your social media networks!


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