Musicians on Call, the nonprofit bringing music to the bedsides of patients, families and caregivers in healthcare environments, has promoted one staffer and added six new members to its team.
The six new staffers who have joined the company include: Jaede Brereton as People Operations Manager, Peyton Burnstead as Fundraising Coordinator, Audrey Jadwisiak as Program Coordinator, Ayleen Bueno as Program Coordinator, Alli Prestby as Creative Coordinator and Maddie Williams as Executive Assistant.
Mandy Mullins has been promoted to Senior Manager of Fundraising at the company. She joined the team at MOC in 2018 as Executive Operations Coordinator and shifted her role to Fundraising Operations Coordinator in 2019 to manage operations and assist with fundraising efforts. She’s also played an integral role in the work of MOC’s DEI Task Force.
“The demand for Musicians On Call’s programs that deliver the healing power of music in hospitals continues to grow at record speed. Recognizing Mandy’s great work, along with adding six new talented individuals to our team, will allow MOC to work more expeditiously to meet the increasing demand for our programs across the country,” shares Musicians On Call President & CEO Pete Griffin. “We look forward to seeing the great things all of these individuals will do to further our mission.”
As People Operations Manager, Brereton will manage all of MOC’s Human Resources activities and initiatives. She comes to MOC from the Talent Acquisition and Management division at Florida International University in Miami, and has experience working as a production assistant and concert runner for live concerts in the South Florida region.
Burnstead will support MOC’s national fundraising efforts as Fundraising Coordinator. She is a graduate of Belmont University and has worked in event management within the music industry, as well as a writer for various publications, including Alaska Airlines’ Alaska Beyond Magazine.
Jadwisiak and Bueno join MOC’s Programs Department to assist in delivering and expanding the organization’s live music programs. Jadwisiak will coordinate the Musicians On Call Bedside program and hospital partnerships within assigned markets across the country, as well as manage the volunteer experience. She has experience organizing concerts for artists at Texas A&M University while earning her degree in biomedical sciences, public health and business, and most recently worked in COVID-19 contact tracing and case investigation.
Bueno will coordinate the Musicians On Call Virtual program, including MOC’s Spanish-language virtual program. She will also work with the Program Team to implement MOC’s new technology-focused program delivery model. Bueno previously worked virtually as a language teacher, combining her virtual teaching skills with her love for non-profit work.
Prestby joins MOC’s Marketing team where she will help the organization build a nationally-recognized brand and create emotional connections that support fundraising initiatives and program expansion. She was formerly a student at Belmont University studying music, graphic design and communications.
Williams will be responsible for all areas of administrative support for MOC’s President & CEO and Executive Vice President. On top of her experience in customer support and administration, she worked as an Assistant Golf Pro in Texas and Middle Tennessee at Old Natchez Country Club.
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