Clay, chief content officer, has more than 25 years experience writing and editing for print and online publications.
At The Dallas Morning News, Clay coordinated ongoing coverage, handled all manner of breaking news, and initiated special projects. His reporters covered everything from wildfires to politics to the world’s oldest pig. While focused on the impact of the writing, Clay takes special pride in his efforts to assist and inspire the writer.
Previously, Clay headed a team of copy editors and led a small newsroom to national accolades. He also has experience as a copy editor and page designer.
Clay began his career as a reporter in a Pennsylvania steel town, then wrote for two papers in Florida, specializing in financial news. Companies he covered included Anheuser-Busch, Home Shopping Network, and CSX railroad. As a reporter, he got to see inside a nuclear plant and under Walt Disney World, and to interview the likes of Stanley Marcus, Peter Grace and George Steinbrenner.
Clay has a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Pennsylvania.