ABOUT BOARD MEMBERSHIP
OHuddle believes in the vision of helping every child to thrive and enrich their community.
OHuddle Board leadership invests your talents and gifts in the mission to awaken youth to their unique value through hope-filled relationships and one to one mentorship.
Are you interested in contributing to OHuddle's leadership team? Board commitment is a 3 year obligation. Find out more by emailing David Lehman prior to completing the below survey.
David is retired CEO of Mennonite Mutual Insurance Company and currently serves on a number of
boards of directors, including Wayne Savings Community Bank. David has a bachelor’s degree in
business finance from the University of Akron. He also has extensive training in leadership and leader development and served for ten years as the primary facilitator of the Leadership Orrville Program. David is currently a co-facilitator for the Leadership Advantage Program through Ohio State/ATI.
David is Vice Chairman of the board of directors of the Christian Children’s Home of Ohio, having served on the board of ten years. From his own experience of four years in a children’s home and six years in a foster home, David has a passion for children on the margin and at risk of falling through the cracks. David is attracted to OHuddle because of its purpose and focus on the development of sustainable
relationships through mentoring.
Secretary / Treasurer
Jody Starcher is a Director, Supply Chain at The J.M. Smucker Company. She has worked at Smucker for the past 20 years and previously worked at Rubbermaid, Inc. At Rubbermaid she was part of a group that supported volunteer opportunities for employees. She also participated on the United Way Allocations Committee.
Jody serves as a mentor in Wooster City Schools. She lives in Wooster with her husband, Dan and high school aged son, Devon. Her family has two cats, Wilson and Harrison. She enjoys time with family and friends, scrapbooking and bicycling.
Trevor Dunlap, Executive Director at Nuhop is passionate about experiential learning and fosters creative environments where people can succeed through self and team discovery.
Trevor is a graduate of Wittenberg University with degrees in elementary and special education.
Trevor serves on the North Central Ohio Land Conservancy & Muskingum Watershed Advisory Councils.
He lives in Wooster, Ohio with his wife Sarah and three children.
Shaquez is a University of Akron graduate and serves as the Assistant Director to the CDEIO/Center for Diversity and Inclusion for The College of Wooster. She holds a Bachelor of Arts from Indiana Wesleyan University. In addition to service on the OHuddle board, Shaquez has engaged in Board membership for Learn and Play of Wooster. She has served as a Committee member for Central Christian School and serves as an Advisor for College of Wooster's Women of Images Honors House.
Shaquez and her husband are raising two strong daughters and two thriving sons.
DAVID NEWBERRY YOKLEY
David Newberry-Yokley, and his partner Laura, are raising their two children in Wooster, Ohio. Professionally, David works as Senior Associate Director of Admissions at The College of Wooster. In addition to coordinating recruitment efforts for a geographic territory, David serves as the Director of Multicultural Recruitment and co-leader of the admissions office's social media team.
A graduate of The College of Wooster, David has been working in admissions higher education and diversity for nearly 20 years.
Andrew Heller is a Wooster High School alumus and a graduate of Malone University in Canton, Ohio. Andrew has served as an associate pastor on staff at Wooster Nazarene since January of 2016. He spends the majority of his time ministering to High School students.
Andrew is married, and he and his wife Samantha have a son who they are raising in Wooster.
Beth Miller holds a Ph.D in Biology and serves as an adjunct professor at the College of Wooster.
As an OHuddle mentor and Wooster City Schools parent, Beth has served in various volunteer capacities in the community including as a board member for CAMO and a committee member for the Salsa Sizzle. She has been active in the school system in many capacities including coordinating a mileage club, working on improving school nutrition, and volunteering in the classroom.
Beth is the owner of Everything Engraved, a local engraving business in Wooster. She has lived in Wooster for 30 years and enjoys staying physically active. She can be seen daily walking her family poodle, Slyvie.
Tyrone Mosley is a teacher and coach at Orrville City Schools. He has served in leadership for Orrville as the Head Boys Track & Field Coach, as a Orrville High School HPE Instructor, a USATF Level 1 Certified Coach, and a IYCA Strength & Conditioning Specialist. Tyrone brings educational experience and a passion for youth to this volunteer role.
Tyrone says, "The main reasons why I decided to become a coaching and a teacher is to be a positive role model for students and athletes, to help them improve character, to be a positive influence in the decision making of students, to teach life skills, commitment, honesty, respect, loyalty, discipline, hard work, time management, as well as improving performance academically, and athletically. The ultimate goal of a Mentor is to teach these skills on a daily basis in order to produce a more productive citizen."
BETHANY SHUE NUSSBAUM
Bethany Nussbaum is Senior Development Officer for MEDA and lives in Orrville.
MEDA (Mennonite Economic Development Associates) works to alleviate poverty through business in developing countries around the world. With 14 years of professional experience in various development and leadership roles, including previously as Advancement Director at Central Christian School (Kidron, Ohio), Bethany is passionate about empowering and developing youth and adults through building strong relationships, being a connector and having fun in the process.
Bethany is a 2008 graduate of Values-Based Leadership Program (VBLP), helped launch a youth version of the program and current member of the steering committee. She earned her MBA with a concentration in leadership in 2016, enjoys serving on the board for Bridge of Hope National, a program that aims to end homelessness for families, and as a mentor with the OHuddle program.
Bethany says, "Reading, running and time with my nieces and nephew keeps me sane."
Matt Beres is a husband and father raising his family right here in Wooster, OH. Matt currently serves as Student Services Coordinator at Northwestern Local Schools where he teaches social emotional skills, connects students to mental health supports, and partners with community agencies.
Before working in public education he served as a pastor at a large, non-denominational church. His undergraduate work was done at Cedarville University, then pursued further education at Ashland University, and most recently completed a MEd in Educational Leadership at The American College of Education.
Aside from professional pursuits, Matt enjoys traveling, reading, and spending time with family and friends.