Member Since 2010
Legal Counsel for Music Partners in Healthcare, Inc. (MPIH), Clay A. Jackson, has been an attorney for over 20 years, most recently specializing in non-profit corporate law.
Clay has a personal background in music, having performed in several vocal performance groups and choirs in the past. He also writes poetry and lyrics for songs and comes from a family that has contributed much to the musical arts, including his great grandmother who founded the "Three Penny Concerts" in Providence, RI, his great grandfather, who was the founding secretary of the Julliard School of Music, and his other great grandfather, who was the attorney to music greats such as Oscar Hammerstein.
MPIH is happy to have Clay serve on its board of directors. Clay brings his legal expertise and his love of music and the arts to our organization.