Joy and Sarah pop into the office of Tatum Hauck Allsep, Sarah’s big sister, and the founder/CEO of Music Health Alliance. Tatum shares the traumatic birth story of her twins at 28 weeks and what led her to escape an abusive marriage. But don’t worry, to lighten it up she also tells some pretty good stories about Sarah so this one has it ALL!
About our guest:
Tatum Hauck Allsep is the Founder/CEO of Music Health Alliance, a non-profit organization that removes barriers and finds healthcare solutions to Heal The Music. Now MHA is a team of 18 that has served over 25,000 music industry professionals in their most vulnerable time of need saving almost $130 million in healthcare costs in only 11 years. Tatum is a native of South Mississippi, an honors graduate of Vanderbilt University and a twenty-eight-year veteran of the music business. Her career includes 6 years with MCA Records, several years as an artist manager, and the launch of the first-ever Vanderbilt University Medical Center/ Children’s Hospital Music Industry Relations Department where she pioneered a number of impactful programs that are still going strong. In 2012, after overcoming her own healthcare crisis, Tatum left the for-profit world to build Music Health Alliance. Through MHA, Tatum initiated a new model of healthcare support whose outcomes have garnered national accolades and recognition, however, the greatest achievement for Tatum will always be found in the clients whose lives have been positively impacted by the work of Music Health Alliance.
Tatum is both humbled and honored to have received the CMA Humanitarian Award for MHA’s work during the pandemic as well as the following recognition for the work of MHA: Billboard’s Top Women In Music & Top 100 Country Power Players (3 years), Billboard’s “Forward Facing Careers”, MusicRow’s Rising Women On The Row, Nashville Post’s Top 10 Non-Profit Leaders(5th year), NBJs Healthcare Leaders Award (5th year), NBJ’s Women of Music City (3rd year), NBJ’s Women of Influence, WSM National Volunteer Award, National Org. of Workforce Diversity’s Healthcare Innovation Award and Williamson Source’s Community Hero. Tatum has served on a number of Boards including Vanderbilt University’s Peabody College Alumni Board. She’s served on the Advisory Boards of Country Cares for St. Jude Kids & Musicians on Call among others. Tatum is a graduate of Leadership Music and a member of the NARAS, CMA, ACM, SOURCE, GMA, AMA and the National Association of Healthcare Advocates. Tatum is married to the love of her life and has three wild children.
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