This web site is the is part the volunteer Living and Caregiving Project. Virginia Clay has worked as a nurse and pharmacist in community, hospitals and long-term care settings. She earned her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from Campbell University in 1994 and her nursing degree from Greenville Tech in 1989.
After attending the Harvard School of Public Health (MSc Health Policy and Management 1996) she ran her family’s independent pharmacy, Hall’s Drug Store in Oxford, NC after her parents were no longer well. In 2000 she closed the family business to pursue other interests.
Since, she has worked to help people understand and cope with the complex interaction of personal finance, health care and legal needs. Families may need the advice of several professionals which may include an attorney, accountant, business consultant, financial advisor and case manager.
In 2003 she obtained her health and life insurance licenses and Medicare / long-term care insurance licenses in NC. In 2009, she obtained her CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER(TM) designation and has been a CFA charter holder since 2010.