Libby graduated in May, 2014, from Lock Haven University with a Bachelor in Health Science with a concentration in community health. She is currently a part time student working towards a Master’s degree in Health Science at Lock Haven University. Her work experience includes being a substitute teacher, youth mentor, health educator and waitress. She is a die-hard Notre Dame Football fan and tries to attend at least one game during the season.
Oral arguments begin today in King v. Burwell, a case which pits partisan opponents of the health care law against millions of Americans benefitting from it. A ruling against the Affordable Care Act in this case would strip premium tax credits from people who live in states like Pennsylvania, where lawmakers declined the opportunity to establish a state-based marketplace.
Emily graduated in May of 2014 from Allegheny College with a dual degree in English and Women's Studies. She then relocated to Philadelphia where she worked as the Communications and Community Outreach Intern at AccessMatters.
Most recently, Emily worked as an Organizer for the National Family Planning & Reproductive Health Association on their "Get Covered" Affordable Care Act Project.
Emily is a dedicated health and reproductive rights advocate, eager to improve the health status of Pennsylvanians!
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