BOARD OF TRUSTEESOrganized as a not-for-profit corporation, certified by the State of Florida in 1970, the Board of Trustees is the governing body of Oak Hall School.
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. Kirk and his wife, Michelle, have been part of the Oak Hall Community since 2006. They are the proud parents of three children, Shailey (OHS 2021), Mackenzie (OHS 2024), and William (OHS 2026), all of whom have attended Oak Hall since preschool.
Svein Dyrkolbotn is the principal owner of Viking Companies, a General Contractor and Real Estate Developer in Gainesville, FL. Svein has a Bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from the University of Florida. He is a member of the Oak Hall School Board of Trustees, the UF Innovation Square Board of Directors, and the UF Bergstrom Real Estate Advisory Board. In recent years, Svein has been developing Celebration Pointe, a mixed-use development in Gainesville that will ultimately be comprised of 1,250 residential units and over one million 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 School exchange student. Svein received a scholarship to play basketball at the University of Florida and was a member of the 1994 Final Four team. He and his wife, Heather, continue to pass on the Oak Hall tradition within their family. Their oldest graduated from Oak Hall in 2022, and their two younger daughters are on track to continue the legacy.
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. 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 serves on the Finance Committee for OHS. Jennifer and her husband, Kenneth, have two sons who graduated from 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 with a fellowship in Sports Medicine and Arthroscopic Surgery at the American Sports Medicine Institute with renowned surgeons Drs. James Andrews and William Clancy. He is a member of the Florida Orthopedic Institute, serving as a founding partner of the North Central Florida division. He has extensive experience treating athletic-related injuries at the professional, collegiate, and high school levels. Dr. Moser has served as the Head Team Physician for the University of Florida Athletic Association, Team Physician for the Tampa Bay Devil Rays, and Director of High School Athletic Training services for many north central Florida counties. He was a member of the UF Health Department of Orthopedic Surgery and served as the Chief of Sports Medicine, Medical Director, and Physician Director of Quality. Dr. Moser also obtained a Master of Business in Entrepreneurship from the Warrington School of Business at the University of Florida in 2008. Dr. Moser’s wife, Tricia, serves as an Associate Professor in the Division of Body Imaging for the UF Health Department of Radiology. Their two children have been “lifers” at Oak Hall. Ella is presently enrolled at Washington and Lee University, and Pene is a senior at Oak Hall.
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 with a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration. She then began working in property management, 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 a Managing Partner and an investor for Steve Spurrier's restaurant, Spurrier's Gridiron Grille, the highest-rated celebrity restaurant in the country. He is also President of Wehbe Marketing, a Gainesville-based company specializing in marketing, branding, and management consulting. Freddie established Gator Domino's in Gainesville in 1995. His pizza franchise grew to 11 stores and became one of the most successful Domino's markets in the world, winning a multitude of national and global awards, including six International Golden Franny Awards and a record three National Manager of the Year Awards. Freddie serves on several Boards of Directors, including SouthState Bank and the Cade Museum. 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, and Business of the Year. Freddie serves on the Advancement and Carnival Committees at Oak Hall. 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 ‘01 and Katie Miller ‘03) to graduate from Oak Hall (‘06). 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. 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 as the board president for the Education Foundation of Alachua County and is a board member for Dance Alive National Ballet. He and his wife, Stella, stay busy chasing after their son, Emmett (2021), and enjoy traveling and attempting to corral their four-legged children, Gunner (Yellow Lab) and Benji (Cavalier King Charles Spaniel).
Tammy Miller is a Pediatric Occupational Therapist who works for Therapy Connections as a contractor in the Public School System. She is a graduate of the University of Florida and has worked as an Adjunct Professor and Clinical Supervisor at the UF Department of Occupational Therapy. She and her husband have lived in Gainesville since 1989. They have two daughters currently attending the University of Florida who graduated from Oak Hall, and two daughters currently in high school at Oak Hall.
John F. Roscow IV
John Roscow is a partner with the law firm of Holden, Roscow, & Caedington, PL, practicing in real estate, probate, and estate planning. John earned his law degree from the University of Florida in December 1998. He currently serves as General Counsel for the Gainesville Area Chamber of Commerce, the Gainesville-Alachua County Association of Realtors, and 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 earned his medical degree from the University of Florida College of Medicine. He then 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 serves as the cardiac catheterization lab director at HCA Florida North Florida Hospital and a National Physician Director for Interventional Cardiology at HCA Healthcare. 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).
Caronne Rush is an Assistant Director and Lecturer with UF Health Affairs Office of Interprofessional Education at the University of Florida. She is responsible for teaching interprofessional education courses and organizing learning practicum and training experiences for students and faculty in the health sciences. With a background in counseling and business management, she teaches courses at Santa Fe: College Success, Life & Career Development, & Marriage and Family. She serves on the American Interprofessional Health Collaborative Leadership Workgroup, Health Science Diversity and Inclusion Faculty Liaison Committee, Keys to Success Program to organize mentorship and develop pathway programming for underserved students interested in the health sciences. Caronne and her husband, Titus III have two children, Titus IV and baby Zoe.
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, 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.
Blake Fletcher, a fourth-generation Floridian, was born and raised in Alachua County, Florida. Blake attended Oak Hall High School before attending Millsaps College in Jackson, Mississippi. Blake serves as the Chief Operating Officer (COO) and Managing Partner for the Fletcher Family of Companies. The Fletcher Family of Companies are a group of real estate, construction and property management companies along with other investment interests. In 2015 Governor Rick Scott appointment Blake to the Santa Fe College District Board of Trustees. He served as Chair of the Board from 2019-2021. Blake and his wife Ashley have four children Bella (22), Landon (6), Greyson (3) and Brady (1). He proudly brings his commitment, community engagement, and business expertise to the volunteer work he does with boards.
Jamie Shively Martin
Jamie Shively Martin was born and raised in Gainesville and graduated from the University of Florida in 2003 with a bachelor's degree in elementary education. She taught special education at a local elementary school and has been President of the Patti Shively Foundation since 2009. The Patti Shively Foundation has given back to numerous local charities, including but not limited to GROW Hub, Child Advocacy Center, Shands Arts in Medicine, PACE, and Cade Museum. She is also co-owner of J&M Custom Painting alongside her husband, Matt. Jamie and Matt together have five children: Haley (OHS 2026) and Jackson (OHS 2029), who are lifers of Oak Hall, Cole (17), Mikko (OHS 2023), and Pierce (26).
Mana Rose is the Director of Research and Evaluation at Growth Partners, LLC. This woman-owned small business consults with substance abuse prevention, treatment, and recovery-focused governmental and public sector agencies in strategic planning, organizational assessment, workforce capacity building, and evaluation. Before her work at Growth Partners, Mana worked for 14 years at JBS International, Inc. This Maryland-based consulting firm oversaw a federal contract from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. In this role, she led the evaluation of federal block grants to all 50 states and ten federal jurisdictions focused on substance abuse and mental health. She has also served on United Way of North Central Florida’s Community Investment Council for the last six years. Her dedication to community service and public health stems from childhood trips to India, work with Habitat for Humanity in Maryland, and as a Peace Corps volunteer in the Commonwealth of Dominica. Mana has a bachelor’s degree from the University of Maryland at College Park and a master’s in public health from Tulane University. Mana has two children, Kalyan (OHS 2026) and Jacob (OHS 2030), who attend Oak Hall. She also enjoys spending time with her Labrador retrievers (Bella and Riley) and cat (Mia.)