Clay Rolston

Clay Rolston Continues Family Legacy of Leadership Contributions

Posted April 01, 2022

Clay Rolston has joined the E&H Office of Advancement to lead corporate and foundation giving efforts for initiatives such as a new apartment complex, a new equine center and multi-sport complex located on College property (read more). His late father is Fielding Rolston who served on the Emory & Henry Board of Trustees.υ

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