Musicians On Call President Pete Griffin wins Most Admired Non Profit CEO at Nashville Business Journals Most Admired CEOs Event

Pete Griffin has been recognized by the Nashville Business Journal for his work leading Musicians On Call as President during the Most Admired CEOs event.

Awarded with the Most Admired Non Profit CEO title, Pete also gave an exclusive interview to the publication. In the article, he discusses why he thinks education and innovation in technology are essential for the growth of any organization, and how tech has helped Musicians On Call expand to over 73 programs across the country in 14 major markets.

One of the biggest strategic changes we’ve taken is the move to use technology to reach more patients in hospitals. From creating virtual programs where Nashville artists perform via Google Hangout for patients in other cities to digitizing our onboarding and scheduling processes, we are using technology to help us expand to more cities and reach more patients.


Congratulations, Pete, for being recognized for your hard work and dedication to Musicians On Call!



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