Music Health Alliance Announces New Hires, Promotions

Bonita Allen                                                                 Allison Klein

Music Health Alliance has announced some new staff hires and promotions within the organization.

MHA Founder Tatum Hauck Allsep adds CEO responsibilities, while Certified Senior Advisor Shelia Shipley Biddy is elevated to COO of the non-profit. Taylor Clay has also been promoted to the position of Director of Advocacy & Insurance for the company.

Bonita Allen and Allison Klein have also joined the staff at MHA. Allen, whose previous stops include BMI, MCA, Bluewater Music and Westwood One, joins as Director of Client Services & Advocacy. In her new role she will be the initial contact for all members of the music industry seeking the organization’s free services. She can be reached at [email protected].

Klein, whose background includes digital marketing and brand management, joins MHA as Director of Advocacy, Insurance & Marketing. She will oversee marketing services for the 501c3 in addition to client advocacy and individual health insurance needs and can be reached at [email protected].

“As the need for MHA’s programs and services continues to grow at a record setting pace, I am thrilled to announce these additions,” said Music Health Alliance CEO and Founder, Tatum Hauck Allsep. “Bonita brings more than 35 years of music and entertainment experience as well as a sincere compassion and a wealth of health care knowledge. While Allison’s background in digital strategy, sponsorships and marketing will add a new dimension to MHA’s communications as we grow, it’s her inherent love for helping others and resourceful nature that make her a great advocate addition. They both bring MHA closer to our mission to Heal the Music each and every day.”

Kimberly Dunn, MHA Director of Group Health, is spearheading an expansion of Music Health Alliance’s Group Health division, ensuring that the small businesses in music industry have an experienced, not-for-profit advocate on their side. Dunn continues to act as an advocate to all employees on group plans from birth to end of life to ensure that all of their healthcare needs are met.



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