Vice-President, Development & Real Estate
Clayton is a 35 year veteran of health & aging, public policy and government relations. He serves as MedSpace Innovations Vice President of Development and Real Estate.
Previously, Clayton served as a senior member of the White House staff of George HW Bush. He is the former CEO of NAPCA, a national aging and health organization. He also served as Executive VP of US Operations and Member of the Board of L&L Energy, which was a NASDAQ listed international energy company. He was instrumental in the growth of both organizations from regional to national and international footprints.
President George W Bush tapped Clayton to serve on The White House Fellows Commission, The White House Conference on Aging and as a Member of the US delegation to the World Conference on Aging.
Clayton has served on advisory boards for the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services and AT&T and Chaired the Asian Pacific American Institute for Congressional Studies.
Clayton is a graduate of UC Berkeley and is an avid but not very good golfer.