Sharon O'Day

Sharon O’Day has enjoyed a long career in international finance, market research, and communication, where she put her MBA in Finance from the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School to good use. In 2006, to ‘give back’ to her community, she began pro bono coaching of women in their 50s who had not started preparing for retirement. Sharon is a Baby Boomer who was facing her own Social Security and Medicare decisions. She consciously set out to become an expert in both fields and then share that knowledge. For the past five years, Sharon has been a sought-after content writer for many projects to educate her peers by making complicated healthcare topics easy to understand.

Latest Sharon's Articles

Oregon Health Insurance

Oregon’s 4.1 million residents get their health insurance through their employer, the private individual market,…

Rhode Island Health Insurance

Rhode Island residents may number just one million,1 but the Ocean State has the full…

Virginia Health Insurance

Virginia offers its eight million residents the full range of health insurance options: They can…

Alaska Health Insurance

With its 700,000 residents, Alaska has one of the smallest populations of a U.S. state.1…

Arkansas Health Insurance

The Affordable Care Act (ACA) and Medicaid expansion have lowered the number of uninsured in…

Maine Health Insurance

Are you looking for affordable health insurance in Maine, but aren’t sure what’s available? Here…

New Mexico Health Insurance

With its two million residents, New Mexico has one of the smallest populations of a…

North Dakota Health Insurance

North Dakota may not be among the most populous U.S. states, but as a resident…