Katy Epley has been promoted to Executive Vice President of Musicians On Call after nearly 10 years with the organization.
Epley helped bring Musicians On Call, a nonprofit that brings live and recorded music to the bedsides of patients in healthcare facilities, to Nashville and facilitated local visits by artists such as Kelly Clarkson, Imagine Dragons, Charles Esten, Darius Rucker, Kelsea Ballerini, Brantley Gilbert, Hunter Hayes and more.
To date, Musicians On Call has played for 100,000 patients, families and caregivers in Nashville and close to 500,000 nationwide. Epley previously served as the Vice President of Music Programs, Director of Nashville Programs, and Director of Washington D.C. Programs.
“Katy has been the backbone of Musicians On Call for years,” said Pete Griffin, President of Musicians On Call. “In this position Katy will be able to use her years of experience to further advance the mission of MOC around the country, and soon, around the world. I’m personally grateful for Katy’s leadership and am excited to see how the organization grows as she settles into her new role.”
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