Chief Development Officer
Clayton’s philanthropic endeavors have benefitted the greater Dallas community. He has previously served at 29 Acres, The Lamplighter School, Greenhill School, and Prince of Peace Christian School. Clayton has also served as chair and co-chair to numerous fundraising galas including University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center’s MDA/ALS Center’s The Affair, An Evening of Education and Hope, The ALS Association’s Calling All Heroes Gala, and Bettin’ on a Cure for ALS.
He received his B.A. from Southern Methodist University in political science and a minor in religious studies, an M.B.A. from Northwood University, and received further graduate-level coursework from Cornell University. Clayton graduated from Highland Park High School and remains an active voice in the community. He lives in Dallas with his husband, three daughters, and a dog named Butter.