Board of Trustees
Oak Hall School is organized as a not-for-profit corporation which was certified in the State of Florida in 1970. The governing body of Oak Hall School is the Board of Trustees. At present, the Board consists of 16 members, including present and past parents, as well as alumni who serve two-year, renewable terms. Board members come from a broad range of professions and backgrounds, but they share in common a love for and dedication to the school.
The overall responsibility of the Board is to advance the mission of the school and secure its long-term future. The Board leads the strategic planning process, sets major school policies, hires and evaluates the Head of School, and has fiduciary responsibility for the school. There are six standing committees: Executive, Finance, Committee on Trustees, Advancement, Facilities and infrastructure, and Audit.
Kirk Klein is a Managing Partner of Koss Olinger, a wealth management firm founded in Gainesville, FL in 1969. He oversees the operations of the business as well as helps clients manage and preserve their wealth. He has a Bachelor of Science degree with majors in finance and marketing from Illinois State University. He currently serves as the Chair of the Oak Hall Advancement Committee and is also a member of the OHS Finance committee. Kirk and his wife, Michelle, live in Gainesville with their three children, Shailey, Mackenzie, and William, all of whom have attended Oak Hall since preschool.
Svein Dyrkolbotn has over 15 years of development experience as principal owner of Viking Companies. Svein has a Bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from the University of Florida and is a licensed general contractor in the State of Florida (CGC1517065). He has been developing residential projects in the Gainesville area for a number of years, including highly acclaimed Campus View. Dyrkolbotn has developed and managed over 2,000 multi-family units for Gainesville-based Davis & Sons across the Southeast United States. He is actively engaged with the Gainesville Chamber of Commerce and local public/private initiatives to improve transportation mobility within Alachua County. Recently, Svein secured the entitlements for Celebration Pointe, which, when fully built-out, will be comprised of approximately 1,000 residential units and 1,000,000 square feet of commercial space.
Born in Bergen, Norway, he was a member of the Norwegian National Basketball Team before moving to Florida in 1990 as an Oak Hall High School exchange student staying with the Davis family in Newberry, Florida. Svein was a scholarship athlete who played four years of college basketball for the University of Florida, including a trip to the Gators first Final Four in 1994. He and his wife, Heather, continue to pass on the Oak Hall tradition within their family as their three daughters attend Oak Hall.
Larry Gleim is President of Gleim Internet, Vice President of Gleim Publications, President of Coral Acoustics, which produces electricity from solar panels, and a Cofounder of Gleim Conferencing, which is a startup technology company in the education industry. He has over 20 years of experience in business and information technology. He especially enjoys using the Spanish he learned at Oak Hall to coordinate International Sales. Larry has a daughter at Oak Hall. He is an Oak Hall alumnus and graduate of the University of Florida.
Jennifer Hunt serves as Chief Financial Officer of CAMPUS USA Credit Union, headquartered in Jonesville. She joins the Oak Hall Board of Directors as Chair of the Finance Committee.
Jennifer earned a degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Accounting and a Master's degree in Accounting, both from the University of North Florida. She is a Certified Public Accountant and formerly served as CFO for Gainesville Regional Utilities (GRU). Jennifer and her husband Ken have two sons; Matthew is a junior at the University of Florida, and David is a junior at Oak Hall.
Randall C. Jenkins, Esq.
Randy Jenkins is the administrator for the University of Florida, FSU, UCF, FIU, and FAU professional liability entities created to protect the State of Florida healthcare providers and the Shands Gainesville and Jacksonville hospitals. Mr. Jenkins is a member of the Florida Bar and primarily practices professional liability and insurance defense. Randy and his wife Jaime live in Gainesville with their two children, Lindsay and Matthew, both of whom have attended Oak Hall since preschool. Randy is also an Oak Hall alumnus.
Dr. Charles Lane
Charlie Lane is the University of Florida’s Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, responsible for overseeing university operations, including Business Affairs, Information Technology, Human Resources, Internal Audit, and Real Estate. He was appointed to the position in March 2014. Charlie holds a doctorate in public administration. He came to UF from the University of Southern California. Prior to that, he worked at the University of Houston, lntermedics, Inc., and Texas Instruments, Inc. Charlie and his wife, Natasha, live in Gainesville with their daughters, Grace and Hope, both of whom attend Oak Hall.
Dr. Michael Moser
Michael Moser, MD, MS, graduated from the University of Notre Dame and earned his medical degree at the University of Florida in 1997, graduating with AOA honors. He then completed his residency in Orthopedic Surgery at the University of Florida and his fellowship in Sports Medicine and Arthroscopic Surgery at the American Sports Medicine Institute, with renowned surgeons Drs. James Andrews and William Clancy.
Moser serves as an Associate Professor and faculty member for the Shoulder and Elbow Fellowship in the Department of Orthopedics and the Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship in the Department of Family Practice. He is the Head Team Physician for the UF Athletic Association, Division Chief for the Sports Medicine Division, and serves as the Medical Director of both the graduate and undergraduate Athletic Training programs. He has served as the Medical Director and Physician Director of Quality for the UF Health Department of Orthopedic Surgery.
He is a member of the American Orthopedic Society for Sports Medicine, American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons, and the Arthroscopy Association of North America. He has served on numerous society committees, including the Enduring Education Committee, By-Laws Committee, and Council of Delegates. He is also a member of several other professional organizations, including the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons and the Arthroscopy Association of North America. He has also served on several local committees including the Florida High School Athletic Association Sports Medicine Committee and UF Health Value Analysis Committee.
Dr. Moser obtained a Master of Business in Entrepreneurship from the Warrington School of Business at the University of Florida in 2008. Using this degree, he founded CareTraxx, Inc., a healthcare IT venture that leverages mobile platforms for population health in the delivery of Value Based Care programs. Dr. Moser’s wife, Tricia, serves as an Associate Professor and Division Chief of Body Imaging in the UF Health Department of Radiology. They have two children attending Oak Hall, Ella, and Pene.
Zabel Thur de Koos
Zabel Thur de Koos is the Broker-Owner of Lexis Real Estate Group and Managing Partner of Nalbandian Properties, a Gainesville-based real estate investment company. Zabel has been a lifelong resident of Gainesville and is a proud Oak Hall alum (’95) attending K-12th grade before graduating from the University of Florida in 2000 with a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration. She then began working in the family business managing properties ranging from apartment complexes to commercial office buildings. Zabel earned her broker’s license in 2018 and opened Lexis Real Estate Group to assist others in buying and selling their own properties, specializing in commercial and residential transactions. Zabel also works alongside her husband, Paul Thur de Koos, who is the Director of Operations at Nalbandian Properties and a licensed Real Estate Salesperson and Professional Engineer. Zabel and Paul have two wonderful children, Paul and Alexis, who have both attended Oak Hall since preschool.
Freddie Wehbe is President of Wehbe Marketing and Make It Happen, Gainesville-based companies specializing in marketing, branding and management consulting. His team manages and consults with a multitude of clients from a variety of industries, including QSR, financial, automotive, and professional sports in the Gainesville area and across the globe. His areas of expertise include branding, activation, podcast production, and improvement management.
Freddie established Gator Domino's in Gainesville in 1995. His pizza franchise grew to 11 stores and became one of the busiest and most successful Domino's markets in the world, winning a multitude of national and global awards, including three national Manager of the Year awards and six international Golden Franny awards. He added several locations to the Florida Gator stadiums in 2012. In February 2016, Freddie sold his Domino's franchise, allowing him to spend more time with his family.
Freddie attended the University of Florida and Florida Institute of Technology, graduating with degrees in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering.
He serves on the Board of Directors for several organizations, including CenterState Bank and the Cade Musuem, among others. He works closely with the Children’s Miracle Network, Tyler's Hope, the March of Dimes, the Sebastian Ferrero Foundation, the Gainesville Area Chamber of Commerce, Santa Fe College, and LifeSouth Community Blood Bank. He has won numerous local and state awards, such as Gainesville Citizen of the Year, Spirit of Gainesville award, UF Spirit of Entrepreneurship award, Volunteer of the Year, James M. Parrish Award, Boy Scouts American Values award, Business of the Year, and many, many more.
Freddie also serves on the Advancement and Carnival Committees at Oak Hall School. He and his wife, Daurine, have two young boys, Ronnie and Dany, who attend Oak Hall.
Tim Roark is a Partner at Koss Olinger, a wealth management firm in Gainesville, FL. He is the youngest of three siblings (Robin Roark and Katie Miller) to graduate from Oak Hall. After Oak Hall, Tim completed an undergraduate degree at Davidson College in North Carolina, where he majored in Anthropology and played on the Men’s Soccer team for four years. Following college, he earned a Master’s degree at Duke’s Fuqua School of Business and then returned home to join Koss Olinger in 2011. Tim also serves on the board for the Education Foundation of Alachua County, recently taking on the roles of Vice President and Treasurer. He and his wife, Stella, enjoy traveling and attempting to corral their two dogs, Gunner (Yellow Lab) and Benji (Cavalier King Charles Spaniel).
Tammy Miller is a Pediatric Occupational Therapist. She is a graduate of the University of Florida and has worked as an adjunct professor and clinical supervisor at the University of Florida Department of Occupational Therapy. Prior to working with children, she worked in Adult Rehabilitation and was the Director of Clinical Operations and Program Development for Novacare Rehab Inc. She also worked as the Marketing Director for Integrated Health Services. She and her husband have three daughters who attend Oak Hall and one daughter who is a recent Oak Hall graduate.
John F. Roscow, IV is a partner with the law firm of Holden, Carpenter & Roscow, PL, practicing in real estate, probate, and estate planning. John earned his law degree from the University of Florida in December of 1998. He currently serves as General Counsel for the Gainesville Area Chamber of Commerce, the Gainesville-Alachua County Association of Realtors, the Builders Association of North Central Florida, and is on the Advisory Board for CenterState Bank, N.A. John and his wife, Mandy, live in Jonesville with their two sons who attend Oak Hall School.
Dr. Matheen A. Khuddus
Matheen A. Khuddus, M.D. is from Ft. Pierce, Florida and graduated from St Edward’s High School in Vero Beach. After attending the University of Miami to pursue an accelerated medical program, he later transferred to the University of Florida College of Medicine, Junior Honors Medical Program. He completed his Residency in Internal Medicine as well as his Fellowship training in Cardiology and Interventional Cardiology at the University of Florida. He joined The Cardiac & Vascular Institute in 2008 where he has served as the Medical Director and currently serves as the Director of Cardiovascular Research. He also served as the cardiac catheterization lab director at North Florida Regional Medical Center.
Matheen maintains several professional associations including designations as a Fellow of the American College of Cardiology and the Society of Cardiovascular Interventions and Angiography. He is certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine in Cardiovascular Medicine, Interventional Cardiology, and Internal Medicine. He is also board certified in Nuclear Cardiology and is an American Society of Hypertension Certified Specialist in Clinical Hypertension.
He is the primary investigator on several clinical trials evaluating novel device and drug therapies for the treatment of coronary artery and peripheral vascular disease. Matheen has co-authored book chapters and Continuing Medical Education activities as well as contributing to magazines and peer reviewed journals covering various topics in cardiovascular medicine.
Matheen remains active in the community frequently participating in community educational events and supporting the American Heart Association. He is a past President and currently a board member of the Alachua County Medical Society.
Matheen and his wife, Saleha have lived in Gainesville since ‘2001. In their spare time they enjoy fishing, traveling and spending time with their three daughters, Ayesha (OHS '21), Sarah (OHS '30), and Maryam (OHS '30).
Mrs. Caronne Rush is the proud wife of Titus Rush 3rd of 16 years and mother to Titus Rush 4th (OHS '30) and Zoe Rush (14 months). She is Jamaican by birth but grew up in Gainesville, Florida, by way of New York. She earned her Bachelor's degree in Sociology, Specialist and Master's degree in Marriage and Family Counseling, and a second Master's degree in Business Management, all from the University of Florida. Mrs. Rush serves as the Assistant Director with the Office of Interprofessional Education, Health Affairs at the University of Florida. She is responsible for organizing interprofessional learning practicum and training experiences for students in the health sciences, curriculum, and faculty development. Mrs. Rush is a faculty member teaching interprofessional education courses at UF and has taught at Santa Fe for many years in College Success, Life & Career Development, & Marriage and Family. Additionally, at UF, she supports Diversity and Inclusion programs and committees. Currently, serving on the Health Science Diversity and Inclusion Faculty Liaison Committee, she helps develop pathway programming for underserved students, mentoring, and advising.
Rachel Clements is a partner with Purvis Gray, a certified public accounting firm headquartered in Gainesville, where she provides tax planning and compliance services to individuals and businesses. Rachel was born and raised in Alachua County and graduated from the University of Florida’s Accounting School in 2001. She is licensed as a Certified Public Accountant in Florida and is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) and the Florida Institute of Certified Public Accountants (FICPA). Her four children, Jonny, Emma, Lucas, and Andrew have all attended Oak Hall since preschool. In her free time, she enjoys outdoor activities with her family.