Jay Mitchell – Strong Voice, Stronger Values

Jay Mitchell of SeniorCare Benefits knows how to tug at your heartstrings with his amazing vocals. He put his own twist on an emotional rendition of the classic “What a Wonderful World,” and it paid off! Jay has been expressing himself through music for over 30 years. He explained, “I learned my talent as a kid in my elementary chorus class. I remember being afraid that something was wrong with my voice because it was ‘shaky.’ I later learned the real term for shaky was ‘vibrato’ and over the years, I’ve found that vibrato to be my gift from God — especially when life is a little shaky.”

As a manager, Jay constantly uses his passion for understanding others and helping them grow. Every time he sings, Jay’s simple wish is for listeners to find joy. He hopes that his submission affects the Integrity family in the same way that his people-focused career has positively influenced those around him.

Jay’s chosen charity is Parker Street Ministries. This ministry focuses on helping families and children throughout Jay’s Florida community, providing brighter futures and greater opportunities for all. Integrity is proud to make a donation to Parker Street Ministries in Jay’s name.

Click here to check out Jay’s video and vote now!

 Jay is thrilled with the opportunity to give back to his community through the power of his singing voice. Don’t forget to keep voting through May 2nd at 5 PM CT.


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