I'm 20: Healthcare is sexy and I want it now.

Talking about healthcare can feel less than sexy at times. But it doesn't have to be that way and it all starts with the re-branding of the ACA.

Re-Branding the ACA:

(A) Appeal:Why did you click on this post? Maybe the clever title? Let's appeal to young people through simple, exciting, and relevant messaging. Make them so attracted to the concept that they share, re-tweet, and re-blog. Passionate young adults exist; let them be the faces of healthcare and other young adults will follow them.

(C) Connect: Young people like to be connected. We connect with family, friends, and people we trust. Let's empower covered young adults to connect with others who are not covered. Let them be the voice of healthcare. Let’s make it easy and acceptable to say, "I'm covered and you should be too."

(A) Access:We want quick and easy access and we want it now. Give us information through text messages, smartphone app, and Facebook apps. We want it, we need it, so let's make it happen.

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Jordan Hibbs

Jordan Hibbs is currently serving a two-year appointment as a Presidential Management Fellow at the U.S. Department of Energy, Building Technologies Office in Washington, D.C. Jordan holds a Masters of Science and Technology Policy from Arizona State University, and a Bachelor of Science in psychology, with a minor in political science. Jordan has a longstanding commitment to public service and volunteerism. Jordan was featured in MSNBC’s Women in Politics as a leader making a difference not only through key issues on her college campus, but bridging the gender gap in politics. Her work on campus and in the community has earned her the ASU Commission on the Status of Women’s Outstanding Achievement and Contribution Award, ASU Committee for Campus Inclusion’s Excellence in Diversity and Inclusion Award, Arizona Capitol Times Leaders of the Year Scholarship, and the President’s Council on Service and Civic Participation’s Volunteer Service Award.

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