DALLAS, TX--(Marketwired - May 12, 2014) - On Tuesday, April 15, 2014 Jay McAuley was honored at the annual C. C. Young Celebrate Age Dinner, held at Hunt Oil and graciously hosted by Nancy Ann and Ray Hunt. Jay McAuley is the recipient of the 2014 C. C. Young Servant Leadership Award and serves as President of Texas Health Resources Foundation.
Mr. McAuley serves on the Executive Boards of the Cotton Bowl Athletic Association, the Circle 10 Council of Boy Scouts of America, and the Foundation for Body, Mind and Spirit of C. C. Young. He is also a member of the Salesmanship Club of Dallas.
Jay grew up in Dallas and graduated from St. Mark's School of Texas. He attended Texas Tech University, where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Petroleum Engineering. He also has a Master of Business Administration degree from Southern Methodist University. He worked as a Petroleum Engineer for several years prior to working for St. Mark's as Director of Alumni Relations and Head Football Coach. In 2004, Jay joined Presbyterian Healthcare Foundation as Director of Development. In May of 2013, Texas Health Presbyterian Foundation and Texas Health Harris Medical merged to form one organization with a regional focus with Jay at the helm. Jay and his wife, Jennifer, have one son, Jake, who is also a graduate of St. Mark's.
"We are delighted to honor Jay McAuley and his community passion," said Russell Crews, president and CEO of C. C. Young. "Throughout Jay's successful career, he has continuously lead and supported development efforts to advance clinical, educational, and research programs across the Texas Health system. He is a true Servant Leader."
About C. C. Young
At C. C. Young, the Spirit is Ageless. We believe that creativity is a way of celebrating life every day. The C. C. Young campus, located on 20 acres of land near Dallas' White Rock Lake, currently consists of 8 buildings and offers services that include Independent Living, Assisted Living, Memory Care, Skilled Nursing, Rehabilitation, Hospice, and Home Health. Additionally, The Point, Center for Arts and Education provides creative and fitness outlets for both campus residents and the Dallas-Fort Worth community. For additional information, visit: www.ccyoung.org