ADVISORY BOARD

Farrell Moore
Mr. Moore began his business career in retailing, where he quickly became seasoned in business planning and organizational policies and procedures. His meticulous attention to detail and passion for building led him to open his own real estate development company. The rapid success of this company allowed him to purchase and operate Byron Hills Golf and Country Club and The Golden Tee, a multimillion dollar golf course and driving range.

Mr. Moore is now retired and continues to share his knowledge and expertise by serving on the Board of Governors in the community where he resides. With over 35 years of proven success, he plans to apply his business acumen to The Kehei Corporation.



Stanley Davidoff

Mr. Davidoff was born and raised in the Bronx, N.Y. After serving in The U.S Air Force during the Korean War he returned to N.Y. and opened his Insurance agency. His clientele consisted of department stores, manufacturing and commercial real estate developments.

Upon retiring, Mr. Davidoff relocated to Florida where he invested in several businesses in addition to commercial properties he purchased and developed in both Florida and New York. Most recently, Mr. Davidoff became a co-trustee to a private trust held in the U.S. Trust Private Bank. His duties include overseeing a multi-million dollar stock and bond portfolio as well as all aspects of oil and gas participation of the original business. His focus will be on long range planning and fiscal responsibilities of The Kehei Corporation.



Priscilla Baum
As a retired Dental Hygienist and grandmother of two, Mrs. Baum knows the importance of personal hygiene. After graduating from the University of Illinois, she spent several years working at a dental practice where she quickly learned about the dangers of bacteria.

Mrs. Baum is extremely knowledgable on the numerous benefits of personal hygiene (proper living habits, cleanliness of body and clothing, healthful diet, a balanced regimen of rest and exercise); domestic hygiene (sanitary preparation of food, cleanliness, and ventilation of the home); public hygiene (supervision of water and food supply, containment of communicable disease, disposal of garbage and sewage, control of air and water pollution); industrial hygiene (measures that minimize occupational disease and accident); and mental hygiene (recognition of mental and emotional factors in healthful living).

Mrs. Baum will apply her background to Kehei and educate others on the importance of keeping their surrounding areas clean and helping to prevent the spread of germs.



Erin Michelle Newberg
Erin Newberg graduated with a communication studies degree from Suffolk University in Boston. After moving back to Miami three years ago Erin was asked to sit on the committee of Cystic Fibrosis Foundation's Fashion Art Ball. Ms. Newberg is also involved at various levels in other various philanthropic like Russell Simmon's Rush Philanthropic for the Arts, Alonzo Mourning's Broker Boxing Federation (bbfmiami.com), Operation Smile's launch event at the Astor, a Project Sunshine Volunteer at the Children's Home Society and the Young Society of Love and Hope for Diabetes at the Rubell Collection.

Most recently Ms. Newberg was asked to be a board member of Best Buddies in Broward. Erin is now a board member of the MoCA Shakers. In September, the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation honored Ms. Newberg for their Beauty and the Best event, recognizing Miami's outstanding professionals. Currently, Ms. Newberg is working as the director of marketing and public relations for Jackie Abraham Jewelers.



Barry Struhl
Mr. Struhl is a graduate of the University of Hartford?s Barney School of Business and brings more than 22 years of sales and marketing knowledge and experience to The Kehei Corporation. Currently, Mr. Struhl is the Vice President of Account Services at Onstream Media (NASDAQ: ONSM) and has been at Onstream for over 9 years. Prior to Onstream Media, Mr. Struhl was the Vice President of Marketing at GreekCentral.com and the Florida Sales Manager for PR Newswire. Mr. Struhl also sits on the board of directors of Tomorrow's Rainbow where he has been the catalyst in creating media attention helping to drive fund-raising efforts for the not-for-profit organization. Tomorrow's Rainbow provides grief peer support to children through the use of miniature horses and donkeys in South Florida.

Mr. Struhl is a high energy, result oriented and self-motivated professional with a history of successful performance in new business start-ups specifically in the business as well as product development arenas. Having experience in relationship sales, Mr. Struhl goes out of his way to fully understand the needs of the clients so he and his teams can best create a scenario that works for all involved.