Community Voices for 340B is a grassroots organization that seeks to raise awareness of the important role that the 340B program plays in protecting and improving health care access and the quality of care for communities nationwide.

CV340B that aims to EDUCATE, ENABLE, and INSPIRE support for the 340B program at the local level by helping individuals and community leaders tell their side of the story: why 340B is vital to them and why a sustained and vibrant 340B program is an essential tool for protecting and improving public health, especially for medically underserved populations.

CV340B Board Members

Our  Board Members are recognized leaders in 340B.

The Founding Board Members will be diversifying CV340B leadership to include representatives of safety net organizations and other stakeholders.


CV340B Advisory Committee

CV340B named Nate Awrich, Naseema Shafi, Sima Shah, John Shaski, Derek Robertson, Sue Veer, & Zach Zwieg as its first Advisory Council members.  CV340B seeks to raise awareness of the important role that the 340B program plays in protecting and improving health care access and the quality of care for communities nationwide.

“Collectively, these illustrious leaders have served hospitals and health systems, federally qualified health centers (FQHCs), hemophilia treatment centers, and Ryan White clinics across our country, at the highest levels, and for many years,” said George Puckett, president of CV340B an CEO of Verity Solutions.

“We are proud that some of the ‘brightest lights’ in the 340B safety net community have aligned with us to educate the public about both the benefits of the 340B program and the threats the program faces,” Puckett added.

CV340B Advisory Council Members

Januari Fox, Director of Policy, Advocacy and Community Engagement at PRISM Health North Texas, Dallas, TX
  • Januari Fox is the Director of Policy, Advocacy and Community Engagement for Prism Health North
    Texas, where she focuses on local, state, and federal health care policy issues concerning HIV, 340B, and culturally competent care for the LGBTQ community. She also assists in the development of HIV prevention programs that are community-focused and driven, such as the statewide Nice Package condom and at-home HIV test kit distribution program.
    Januari is a passionate advocate and activist who focuses her efforts on securing equality and equity forging rights, women, and the LGBTQ+ community. She was the recipient of the 2015 Social  Worker of the Year award for the National Association of Social Workers-Houston branch, was elected as the 2013 Ally Grand Marshal for Pride Houston and is a member of Leadership Houston-Class 34.


Sima Shah Pharm.D, MPH, 340B Program Director at Howard Brown Health in Chicago, Illinois.
  • With a Doctorate in Pharmacy and a Masters in Public Health, Shah brings both an academic and practical vision of the power of 340B for community health as well as creative engagement strategies for supporting the 340B program in communities. She has experience working on the ground in different health care settings and advocating for vulnerable patient populations.


Derek Robertson, MBA, JD, CHC is managing director at Apogenics, Inc., and a founder and former Executive Director of the Hemophilia Alliance.
  • A healthcare attorney/consultant specializing in 340B, Robertson is well known as a tireless advocate for the 340B program. Robertson’s leadership in 340B is time-tested and widely recognized.  His past leadership of the Hemophilia Alliance is often lauded as measured, strong, and instrumental in enabling the hemophilia community to best utilize the 340B program.


Sue Veer is the President and Chief Executive Officer of Carolina Health Centers, Inc.
  • A veteran 340B advocate, Veer leads Carolina Health Centers, an FQHC with twelve primary care sites that serve as the medical home for more than 27,000 patients in South Carolina. Veer has testified on 340B before the U.S. Congress and is an active member of the National Association for Community Health Centers, serving on its Legislative, Health Policy, and Rural Health committees and 340B Work Group.


Zach Zwieg, MBA, MS, 340B Apexus Certified Expert at Avera McKennan Hospital and University Health Center in Sioux Falls, SD
  • Zwieg is the Lead Pharmacy Regulatory Analyst who assists in overseeing all 340B program operations for 26 Avera Health system facilities. With a focus on compliance and program integrity, Zwieg has dedicated nearly a decade to ensuring quality patient care for the system through the 340B program.

CV-340B is a D.C. nonprofit corporation Internal Revenue Code section 501(c)(3) charitable organization.