Sheilah P. Clay (Detroit, Michigan) is the Executive Director of Community Health Corps under the Mayor’s Office of Workforce Development in the City of Detroit. Prior to this position, Sheilah was the Director of Training Quality and Retention. She retired in 2018 as the President and CEO of Neighborhood Service Organization (NSO) a multi-million dollar nonprofit human service organization that provides integrated healthcare to multiple populations, responds to psychiatric emergencies, and provides supports and housing for the homeless population. A new housing development will open in 2020 and is being named in her honor – The Clay Apartment. Sheilah currently serves on numerous boards including St. Augustine’s University in Raleigh, N.C., McGregor Fund, Michigan League for Public Policy, Opportunity Resource Fund, The Empowerment Plan, and the JDJ Scholarship Fund. She is a former member of the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago/Detroit Board and trustee of the Farmington Board of Education. Sheilah has received numerous awards including an Honorary Doctorate of Humanities from Oakland University; Detroit Free Press Shining Light Award; Community Foundation for Southeastern Michigan’s Award for Nonprofit Leadership; Who’s Who in Black Detroit; and the Michigan Chronicle’s Women of Excellence. She is also the founder of the Farmington African American Parent Network focused on closing achievement gaps and the Friends of Christ Shalom that supports a private school in Ghana where Sheilah volunteered as a teacher the summer of 2012. She is a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., Links, Inc., National Alumnae Association of Spelman College and is a 2014 graduate of Leadership America. She has served on the LW Board since 2015.