Board of Governors

Tim Long

Past President

Past President
A lifetime resident of Central Ohio and Dublin since 1994, Long has practiced law in Columbus, Ohio since acquiring his JD from Washington University in 1988. He is a generalist featuring representation of closely held businesses in the areas of general business, real estate and succession planning and a transactional emphasis to his practice. Long is also a registered lobbyist for the Ohio Cemetery Association, represents cemeteries throughout Ohio and has authored three editions of “A Guide to Ohio Cemetery Law”. He is also a member of the Board of Directors of both the Dublin Chamber of Commerce and Dublin Chamber Civic Foundation.

Michelle Cramer


Michelle received her Bachelor of Arts in broadcast journalism from The Ohio State University and is a Certified Fundraising Executive. She began her career in 1987 when she co-founded Hodge Cramer & Associates. Cramer spent more than 20 years building the business into a nationally recognized fundraising consulting firm. In 2009, she launched Cramer & Associates, which focuses on developing progressive fundraising strategies in response to the ever-changing challenges in the philanthropic landscape. For the past eight years, Michelle has served as Dean of the Consultants School at the AFP International Fundraising Conference and was a highlighted speaker at the AFP Hemispheric Conference on Fundraising in Mexico City. She has also served on the Board of Directors for the Giving Institute for 15 years.

Ben Antonelli


Ben joined the Dublin Foundation, serving as board treasurer, in 2015. He is a graduate of Bowling Green State University where he received both his bachelor’s and master’s degrees, specializing in accounting. He is currently a partner and Certified Public Accountant at Rea & Associates, Inc., located in Dublin, where he has more than 11 years of experience working with organizations in various industries including healthcare and not-for-profit. Ben is a member of the Ohio Society of CPAs, the American Institute of CPAs, and the Young Professionals Network of Columbus. He also serves on the finance committee of Prevent Blindness Ohio and is a Leadership Dublin Graduate. He currently resides in Hilliard, Ohio with his wife Katie and their two children Brody and Grace.

Brent Crawford

Brent, a long-term resident of Dublin, is a Principal and Founder in the full services real estate firm Crawford Hoying and family of companies. Brent has guided the vision of the company for the past 20 years, which has grown from a single investment property in 1994 to one of the largest real estate firms in Columbus. Brent has spoken at many events as a guest speaker covering topics such as current real estate trends, multi-family markets, and development growth in central Ohio. In addition, Brent taught property management and real estate trends at the Fisher College of Business at Ohio State for two years.

Jenna Fullenkamp


Jenna resides with her husband, Ryan, in Dublin. She is Marketing Director at iQ Solutions Group where she was recognized with the Above and Beyond award during her first and fourth quarters with the organization. She began her marketing career at The BMW Store after graduating from Xavier University with a degree in Marketing and Graphic Design. During her tenure, she was awarded notable recognitions including a nomination for The Business Courier’s 40 Under 40 and recently Business First’s 40 Under 40. Her community service and passion for helping others started at a young age. She served on the XU Habitat for Humanity board for four years. Jenna chaired a committee for the InReturn Golf Outing and also contributed on the Run With A Will Event Committee. She is currently a creative volunteer for Find Your Edge Yoga assisting with its launch of a Yoga program for Fallen 15’s whole warrior concept and also contributes her time to Mentoring business students at Xavier University’s Fischer College of Business.

Judith Galeano

Judy and her family have been residents of Dublin for the past 16 years. She received her B.A. in Economics from the University of Toledo graduating cum laude and her J.D. from The Ohio State University College of Law, where she was the recipient of the DeArce Koch Scholarship. Jude was formerly the judicial clerk for the Presiding Judge of the Third District Court of Appeals. Her law firm, Mowery Youell & Galeano, Ltd., has been located in Dublin for the past 15 years. She concentrates her private legal practice in the areas of general civil litigation, employment discrimination law, labor law litigation and domestic relations law. Judy is an AV rated attorney, the highest attorney rating by the Martindale-Hubbell Attorney Directory, and she has been voted an Ohio Super Lawyer by her peers for each year from 2009 through 2015. She has also been voted as one of the Top 25 Women Lawyers in Columbus.

Judy is a member of the Women Lawyers of Franklin County, Franklin County Trial Lawyers Association, and the American, Ohio and Columbus Bar Associations, where she is on the Professional and Ethics Committee. She is also a member of the Dublin Chamber of Commerce, a Board member of the Dublin Foundation, and a member of St. Bridget of Kildare Parish.

Craig Krenzel

Craig is a graduate of The Ohio State University where he was also a member of the football team and earned numerous national academic accolades, graduating summa cum laude in 2004.  A Dublin resident since 2008, Craig is a co-founder and principal at Arthur Krenzel Lett Insurance Group, an independent insurance brokerage serving clients countrywide from offices in Dublin and West Virginia.  He is also a partner at Kolb Krenzel, a niche, high end residential design build firm in central Ohio focusing on offering their clients a truly custom home building experience from concept to completion.  Craig is an active volunteer in  various Dublin Youth Athletic programs where he assists in coaching travel baseball as well as serving as a coach and committee member for the Dublin Football League helping to promote awareness around the league’s initiative to develop a culture of safety while maintaining the integrity of the game.  He also serves on the board of directors at New Hope Church in Powell as well as the New Hope Children’s Education Center.  Craig and his wife Beth reside in Dublin with their four children Brayden, Ellie, Austin, and Colt.

Marlen Mathias

Marlen moved to Columbus in 1965 and Dublin in 1991. She and her husband, Virgil, have two grown children. Marlen has been a licensed Realtor since 1989 with Holzer Wollam Realtors, King Thompson Holzer Wollam and Coldwell Banker King Thompson. She has been an active member of the Greater Dublin Realtors Association serving as Vice-President in 2004 and President in 2005. Marlen has volunteered in many different capacities with many service organizations over the years including being a 25 year member of Twig 33 of Childrens Hospital, 20 year member of The Dublin Women’s Philanthropic Club and volunteering with the City of Dublin since the late 80s. Marlen is a seventh generation descendant of John (Appleseed) Chapman and has been a trustee on the Johnny Appleseed Foundation at Urbanna University.

Marlen enjoys traveling, almost any out door activity and reading.

Jamie Menges

Jamie P. Menges, CFP®, CPA is a principal and client adviser while also leading the firm’s client advisory board as well as the marketing, branding and business development efforts. He joined PDS Planning, Inc. in 2013. Prior to PDS, he spent time as an adviser with Investment Partners, Principal Financial Group and as an organizational systems management consultant for Crowe Horwath, one of the nation’s top ten accounting and consulting firms.

Jamie attained CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ practitioner status from the Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards in July 2006 and the Certified Public Accountant credential in 2010. He received his Bachelor’s degree in Business from Miami University, Oxford, Ohio in 1999, specializing in Accounting and Finance.

Jamie currently serves on the Executive Board of the Ohio Society of CPAs while chairing the Investment Subcommittee. Recently, Jamie joined the Board of Governors of the Dublin Community Foundation. Previously, he was the Chair of the Finance Committee of the Dublin Community Church. Additionally, he has served as Chairman of the Financial Planning Association of Central Ohio. He is a founding member of the Dublin Heart Safe Council and 2008 graduate of Leadership Dublin. He has served as guest speaker for the Insurance Accounting Systems Association Annual Meetings and been published and quoted in several media outlets.

In his spare time, he enjoys playing golf and is an avid reader. He has also enjoyed volunteering at the Dublin Food Pantry. Jamie and his wife Terri reside in Dublin, Ohio with their children, Evan and Caitlyn.

Chris Northup

Chris and his wife, Shay, graduated together from Dublin High School in 1990. After leaving the Columbus area in 1999, they moved to Southern California where they started their family of four children. When their fourth child was born in 2007, they decided to move home to Dublin to raise their family. Chris has served on multiple boards and committees within the Dublin community. Previously, Chris was chairman of the board for the Dublin Soccer League, served on the Dublin Sells PTO, and created the Sells 5K race for Cancer research. He is a current member of St. Brigid of Kildaire Catholic Church, and volunteers his time as a coach for Dublin Youth Athletics programs basketball, and baseball. Chris also currently serves on the board of directors for Dublin Football League as well as coached the DFL buckeyes and 4th grade Allstar team. Chris believes strongly in giving back to the Dublin community. He has seen the changes and growth with in this city over the past 25 years, and works hard at being a part of the growth and direction for the city. His professional background in mortgage banking and real estate over the past 20 years has assisted Chris in working with many local families and businesses in our community. He is currently Eastern Regional Vice President for Union Savings Bank.

John Shockley

John first moved to Dublin over 25 years ago, and still resides there with his wife, Traci, and their two daughters who are both graduates of Dublin Coffman High School and Dublin Community Champion award winners.  He is currently Vice President for PNC Wealth Management, after previously owning his own law firm and working for other financial institutions in the trust and wealth management fields.  John graduated from Ohio University with a Bachelors degree in Business Administration majoring in Finance and Business Pre-Law, and earned a Juris Doctor from Capital University Law School.  John is a licensed member of the Ohio bar, and is also a board member of three charter schools in inner city Columbus – Columbus Collegiate Academy, Columbus Collegiate Academy-West, and United Preparatory Academy.

Steve Rand

Steve and his wife, Carolyn, are longtime residents of Dublin.  They moved into their historic farmhouse on Brand Road in 1987 and have been lovingly restoring it ever since.  Carolyn’s interior design business is based in Dublin.  Steve is a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ and Vice President with Ameriprise Financial, Inc. located here in Dublin.  Through their church, Northwest Chapel, also located in Dublin, Steve leads an annual event, “Give This Christmas Away” which involves hundreds of volunteers and serves over one-thousand people in Dublin, Central Ohio, and beyond.  Steve’s financial planning and investment planning experience (which he uses to help his clients achieve their personal goals) provide a good skill set for serving our community.