What New York's Librarians Need to Know about New York's Health Benefit Exchange
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Please join us for a NYLA sponsored informational webinar on New York's Health Benefit Exchange.
Come learn about how and when New York State will roll out it's Health Benefit Exchange, how the exchange will work, where New Yorker's can get information, how people can enroll in health insurance, the State's plans to advertise and market the Exchange, what community outreach activities are already under way, and what role New York's libraries can play as a valuable community resource for information, assistance and applications.
1. Learn how people can enroll in health insurance through New York's exchange.
This NYLA e-Institute webinar is being offered on:
Thursday, August 29, 2013
Thanks to sponsorship from the New York State Library, this program is being offered FREE to all!
(Those who have previously registered for $35 will NOT be charged.)
Register Online via the NYLA Online Membership Center
Please note, that all log-in information for the webinar will be e-mailed to the registrant a few days prior to the session.
About the Speaker
Kyle has a Master of Public Administration degree from the Maxwell School at Syracuse University and a B.A. in Government and Economics from Hamilton College.
Over the past two decades, Kyle has held a variety of senior-level positions in government in both Albany and Washington, DC. In New York State government, Kyle served as communications director for the NYS Senate Democratic Conference and the NYS Senate Minority Leader. He was a press officer in the NYS Comptroller’s office.
While based in Washington, Kyle was deputy press secretary to U.S. Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan, a special assistant in the Clinton Administration at ACF/HHS and served on the staff of Vice President Al Gore in both governmental and campaign capacities.
Kyle was also the founder and president of Empire Public Affairs and a founding partner of GC&E Campaign Strategies, a political consulting firm. He was a frequent guest political and media commentator and was recognized by THE CAPITOL newspaper as an “Up and Coming Elected Official in the Empire State – Capitol Region” in 2008 and as a “40 Under 40 Rising Star in State Government” in 2009.