Board Of Directors
Larry Rose – President/Founder
Larry began building leadership skills in youth while he was a youth himself. During his teen years he was a leader within many youth organizations, which were on the state and even national levels. After graduating from college, he went on to obtain a master of divinity degree from Lincoln Christian Seminary. During this time, he continued to pour his life into helping teens aim for and achieve greatness, eventually becoming director of a non-profit outreach to teens within a multi-county area in central Illinois.
After leaving that outreach, he re-educated himself and went into the field of financial services and wealth management. There he found success working with many affluent clients, helping them successfully plan for their future. In this career path, he moved from agent, to financial planner, to financial planning trainer, to area manager. Eventually, he worked within the banking industry.
Upon relocating to Florida and opening an investment office in Sarasota/Bradenton area, Larry had an opportunity to travel throughout the state and visit some of the juvenile justice facilities. He observed the sense of desolation that these youth possess; “yet when you look in their eyes, you see a glimmer of hope”. It is this hope, which he wants to help these youth achieve. “I believe that many of these youth are leaders who have chosen an ill-guided path. I want to help them find a direction which takes into consideration their passions and a purpose which is worth giving their lives to accomplish.”
Larry has served on numerous church boards, community councils, youth advisory boards, and outreaches. He currently serves:
|– Juvenile Justice Council (Region 12)||– Manatee Regional Detention Center Advisory Board|
|– Manatee Co JDAI Task Force||– Palmetto Youth Academy Advisory Board|
|– Region 12 Transition Team||– Elder/Lead Coach at Bayside Community Church|
|– Youth for Christ Board of Directors|
Larry has shared this journey of founding Replay Outreach with his amazing wife, Michelle. They have three wonderful daughters, who are active in reaching out and serving those in need and the communities in which they live. They are active in leadership ministry at Bayside Community Church in Bradenton, FL and helped the church develop an outreach to at-risk teens, called Bayside Replay.
Jim Flora began volunteering with Replay Outreach in the summer of 2017 focusing on assisting the management team in operational planning. Jim and his wife Kathy, the proud grandparents of three, moved to Bradenton full time in 2012. He retired in 2017 as the Chief Operating Officer of Pro-Pet LLC a middle market pet food manufacturing company. Jim graduated with a BA from Michigan State University and completed Dartmouth’s Executive Development Program. His primary expertise is in General Management with extensive experience in manufacturing operations, sales and marketing, finance and strategic planning. He has held prior positions as Executive Vice President, VP of Administration, National Product Business Group Director and Regional Sales Manager for multi-national corporations.
Jim recently completed the Leadership Manatee Program sponsored by the Manatee Chamber of Commerce and has volunteered for SCORE (Service Core of Retired Executives) assisting local small business in their business development. He currently does a small amount of consulting in the food safety industry.
Jim was drawn to the work of Replay by his personal mission to practically contribute back to our community and in alignment with Christ’s directives.
Korey works as Prevention/Intervention Program Manager for the Boys & Girls Club of Manatee. He has been instrumental in the beginning stages of Replay, helping us launch. Korey has over seventeen years of experience working with at-risk teens, including serving as Regional Recreation Director with the Florida Sheriff’s Youth Ranch for 10 years. Prior to that, he was a Recreational Therapist at Tampa Bay Academy. For two years, he also served as the Director of Operations for AMI Kids Sarasota Alternative School serving DJJ probationary, delinquent, and expelled students.
Korey is the co-founder of Brotherhood of Men, which is a mentor group that services over 80 young minority men in Sarasota. He also is the co-founder of the Manatee Bulls Youth Sports Football & Cheer program that serves over 200 kids in the community annually. He is the CEO of “YCBT” Youth Councilors for a Better Tomorrow a non-profit that provides over thirty different topics of life skills in the form trainings, seminars, and retreats for adolescents.
Michelle Rose – Secretary/Founder
Michelle has devoted her life to caring for youth. Soon after receiving a degree in education from Indiana University, she was employed as a Life Skills Educator / Counselor at a runaway shelter, working with at-risk teens. Michelle later taught in the public school system, teaching children who were severely emotionally disturbed, as well as students who had behavioral and learning disabilities. In addition to being a special education teacher, Michelle has taught second and third grades. She is currently working as an ESE Inclusion Teacher in Manatee County school district.
As a teen, Michelle was deeply impacted by Christian organizations. She also saw a need for a stronger youth program within her own church, so when in college she became the youth leader. Michelle also volunteered to help facilitate a club at the local middle school, reaching out to teens and presenting the message of Christ. As an adult, Michelle assumed many roles within her church, including leading the women’s and youth ministries. Last year, Michelle helped establish an after school club at her school, providing positive activities, fun, and an opportunity to learn about God’s love.
A few years ago, after hearing about a traveling ministry that was sharing within the juvenile justice facilities, Michelle was moved to visit and learn more about what ministries or programs were available to incarcerated youth. Since that time, Michelle, alongside her husband, Larry, have discovered a great need within the juvenile justice system, and were moved to begin Replay Outreach.
Tedd attended Harding University and received a BBA degree in Business Marketing. He went on to attend Harding Graduate School of Religion in Memphis TN where he earned 36 hrs towards a Masters of Religion Degree in Counseling. After leaving Harding Graduate School, Tedd worked as a Youth and Young Adult Pastor in Detroit Michigan. It was during that time when he witnessed firsthand a correlation between the success rate of “At Risk” youth and having a positive mentor or mentors who believed in them. These mentors believed the “At Risk” teen’s future was not dependent on their past.
In 1998 Tedd purchased a franchise called CompuChild where he would take computers into pre-schools and after-school facilities that could not afford computers. He, along with his instructors, would go into over fifty schools from Venice to North Tampa and teach kids age 3-12 yrs of age with the use of computers and educational software.
Beginning in 2003 Tedd taught computers at Tabernacle Christian School. “While teaching computers at TCS, I observed that most of the students who excelled in the computer lab were not the same students who excelled in other academics. We had several students who were not doing well and getting in trouble in the traditional school. However in computer lab, which was mainly a hands on project based curriculum, they were some of my best students.”
Since 2008 to present, Tedd has owned an ecommerce business called Fast Moose Technology LLC and its subsidiary Reusable Tech. FMT sells refurbished computer components to distributors, computer repair shops and end users all over the world. FMT’s Reusable Tech division is both an ITAD (Information Technology Asset Disposition) consultant for electronic-recyclers and businesses and the purchasing division for Fast Moose Technology.
Sheriff Wells has over 31 years experience as a law enforcement officer, including 21 years with the Florida Highway Patrol. He has served as a lieutenant with the Manatee County Sheriff’s Office, and most recently the Chief of Police in Palmetto, FL before coming back to Manatee County as Chief Deputy. He was sworn in as Sheriff of Manatee County January 3, 2017.
Sheriff Wells has taught law enforcement to governmental, educational and community organization throughout Florida. Rick has been very active in the community for many years. He is currently the Executive Director of Manatee County Police League, Chairperson of the Manatee County Law Enforcement Council, Law Enforcement Advisory Board Council for the Manatee Technical College, Board member of the North Manatee Kiwanis, Replay Advisory Council and Strength in Action. Sheriff Wells has served with the Boy Scouts of America, Keep Manatee Beautiful, Manatee Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition and North Manatee Storm Football.He is a man who cares deeply for the families and especially the youth in our community.
Kerry is the owner of Kerry Purcell, Inc. serving as a Senior Consultant and Team Leader for Public Consulting Group’s Focus on Results. In her current capacity, Kerry works with urban and rural district and school leaders across the country. Her work focuses on building leadership capacity and system supports to further enhance teaching and learning opportunities for every student, every day. Additionally, as team leader, Kerry provides support to her internal team, manages new clients, develops curriculum, and is authoring a book with two colleagues around the role of the principal in the improvement work.
Prior to joining Public Consulting Group’s Focus on Results, Kerry served as a Principal, Principal’s Assistant, and teacher in Springfield Public School District 186 in Springfield, IL. During her tenure as principal at Harvard Park Elementary School in Springfield, Kerry worked in collaboration with her staff, students, and families to dramatically raise test scores while improving the culture and climate of the school. Her school, Harvard Park, was one of two schools selected and featured in the documentary film, “The Principal Story”. This film, funded by the Wallace Foundation and produced by Oscar-nominated filmmaker Tod Lending and award winning filmmaker David Mrazek, explores the many facets of principal leadership through poignant and real stories. This film aired nationally in 2009 and is still used today as a exemplary teaching tool for current and aspiring leaders.
Kerry also serves as an adjunct professor for Concordia University’s online program teaching classes to students seeking a master’s degree in education. During her tenure with Concordia, Kerry has taught “School Law”, “Teaching with the Brain in Mind” and “Organizational Change”. At the post secondary level, Kerry is also serving on the Advisory Board for Auburn University as they seek to build a turnaround leadership program for aspiring leaders.
Kerry is also the president of a small LLC, Home Sweet Organized Home. In this capacity you will find Kerry serving as the chief writer and designer of a lifestyle blog, homesweetorganizedhome.net. In her free time, you will find Kerry enjoying her home; spending time with her family, friends, and dog, Zoe; traveling, and worshiping at Bayside Community Church.
Tom received a B.S.B.A. degree with high honors in Finance in 1978 from the University of Florida. He earned his J.D. in 1981 from Stetson University College of Law and a Master of Laws in Taxation from the University of Florida College of Law in 1982. He has held a Series 7 securities license since 1991. In addition, he received Board Certification from the Florida Bar Association as a specialist in Wills, Trusts and Estates in 2000. He also received the highest peer review rating for ability and ethics (AV) from Martindale Hubbell.
Tom has extensive experience with residential and commercial real property transactions, mortgages, title insurance, estate planning, including wills, health care surrogate designations, and probate administration. He has co-authored several articles in the area of estate planning. His experience in corporation and business law includes entity selection, formation and termination, and business acquisitions and sales. Mr. Moseley was an adjunct professor and taught corporations and business organizations at Manatee Community College. Tom’s experience in the area of taxation includes tax free exchanges, tax exempt organizations, estate and gift tax planning and practice and procedure before the Internal Revenue Service, including audits, liens and collections.
Tom is currently serving as Chairman of the Florida Area Council of Boys and Girls Clubs of America. He is Past President and a member of the Executive Committee and Board of Directors of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Manatee County, Inc. Tom is a member of the Governmental Affairs Committee of the Chamber of Commerce and past chairman of its Legislative Affairs committee. He is also the Vice President of the Bradenton Kiwanis. He is a member of Florida Blue Key and Omicron Delta Kappa, leadership fraternities. He is a title insurance agent for Attorneys’ Title Insurance Fund.
Tom has received numerous awards for his community service. In 2001 he was recognized as Board Member of the Year for the Florida Area Council of the Boys and Girls Clubs of America. In 2001 he was awarded the National Medallion from the Boys and Girls Clubs of America. In 2002 he received the 10 Who Care award from Channel 10 for outstanding community service. In 2006 he received the Community Service Leader Award from the Manatee County Bar Association. In 2008, Tom was given the President’s Service Award from President George Bush for his volunteer service.
Rebecca Wilson, Esq. Assistant Public Defender Sarasota County Government
Rebecca attended the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and received her Bachelors of Art degree in 1987. She received her Juris Doctor degree from William Mitchell College of Law in St. Paul, Minnesota, in 1990. Rebecca was admitted to the Minnesota Bar in October of 1990 and practiced in the area of family law, civil litigation and appellate law. Rebecca was admitted to the Florida Bar in 1999. Since July of 1999, she has been employed in the juvenile division of the Public Defender’s Office of the Twelfth Judicial Circuit. She is the only Assistant Public Defender in the juvenile division for Sarasota County. As of January of 2009, she began as the supervisor of the juvenile division in the Twelfth Judicial Circuit, which deals with youth in Manatee, Sarasota, and DeSoto counties. Rebecca has been honored as the recipient of the Jim Slater Award for Professionalism in May of 2013.
Mrs. Glassmoyer leads the newly organized Outsourcing Solutions Group at Kerkering, Barberio & Co. She works with several local nonprofit and faith-based organizations providing guidance and support in a variety of projects and on-going accounting functions. Jenny joined Kerkering, Barberio & Co. in August 2007. Prior to that, she was the director of a local nonprofit art center and worked in the audit department for various firms in Sarasota and Tampa, Florida and Toledo, Ohio.
Jenny is the chair of the finance committee of Sarasota Farmer’s Market Vendors, Inc. (SFMV, Inc.). She is a member of the Ohio Institute of Certified Public Accountants, the Florida Institute of Certified Public Accountants, and the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants.
Mrs. Glassmoyer graduated from the University of Dayton with a B.S. in Business Administration with a major in Accounting and a minor in International Business. She is a Florida and Ohio Certified Public Accountant and a Certified Intacct Services Provider.
Jenny is also very involved in the community with he Sarasota Farmer’s Market and her local church Bayside Community Church – Sarasota Campus.
Christina is an attorney who specializes in personal injury and personal injury protection, who has a long history of success in firm management and production. Prior to founding Luhrsen Goldberg, LLC with her partner, Julie S. Luhrsen, Esq., with whom Christina has reunited after the pair met and worked together from 2007 to 2009, Christina was the Managing Shareholder of the Law Offices of Barak & Goldberg, P.A., where she spearheaded the Personal Injury division as well as half of the firm’s PIP litigation caseload, alongside administrative management of the firm and its staff.
Christina earned her Juris Doctor degree from Stetson University College of Law in 2007, graduating in the top third of her class. Prior to earning her Juris Doctor degree, Christina earned her Bachelor of Arts Degree with a major in Legal Studies from the University of Central Florida, having graduated Summa Cum Laude (with highest distinction) as a member of UCF’s Burnett Honors College. Christina is a Board Member of The Mark Wandall Foundation and is a member of the Florida Justice Association. She also previously served as an Advisory Board Member of the Lakewood Ranch YMCA.
Christina was born and raised in Sarasota and currently lives in the Lakewood Ranch area. She is the proud parent of one son.