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November 21, 2020

By Gary A. Puckrein, PhD

For Immediate Release

23 November 2020 | Washington, DC

National Minority Quality Forum Names
Brandon Webb to Advisory Board


National Minority Quality Forum (NMQF) announced today that it has named Brandon Webb to its Advisory Board.

A Senior Manager of Public Policy at Amazon, where he represents the company before Congress, Mr. Webb brings a wealth of health experience to NMQF.

Prior to joining Amazon, he worked on Capitol Hill – most recently as Chief of Staff to Congresswoman Robin Kelly of Illinois – for over a decade. During this time he served as the Executive Director of the House Tech Accountability Caucus as well as the Executive Director of the Congressional Black Caucus Health Braintrust. He also previously served in various legislative capacities for U.S. Representative John Barrow of Georgia, where he focused primarily on technology and telecommunications issues.

“We are truly excited to have Brandon join the Advisory Board,” said Dr. Gary A. Puckrein, founder, president and CEO of NMQF. Puckrein continued, “he has been an effective policy maker and leader in the healthcare and technology space for years and we look forward to him helping us advance the goals of the National Minority Quality Forum for years to come.”

Mr. Webb, who is a graduate of Hampton University as well as the George Mason University School of Public Policy, said he is thrilled to join NMQF’s Advisory Board.

“It is a tremendous honor to be joining the National Minority Quality Forum’s Advisory Board,” he said. “I look forward to working with Dr. Gary Puckrein and fellow board members to find creative ways to eliminate health disparities and fortify communities for generations to come.”

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About the National Minority Quality Forum

The National Minority Quality Forum assists health care providers, professionals, administrators, researchers, policymakers, and community and faith-based organizations in delivering appropriate health care to minority communities. This assistance is based on providing the evidence in the form of science, research, and analysis that will lead to the effective organization and management of system resources to improve the quality and safety of health care for the entire U.S. population, including minorities.

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