Jayson Zoller President
Jayson Zoller is a Strategy, Insight, and Organizational Development consultant with the WatersonGarner firm. Jayson comes to CAST with 25+ years of Market Research experience and expertise having served in senior leadership roles at Procter & Gamble and Kao Brands in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Jayson has a long-held passion and interest in the Arts. In college, he performed in three singing groups on the campus of University of Central Florida while working as an entertainer and tour guide at the Walt Disney World resort. While in graduate school at Purdue University, Jayson worked as a marketer and promoter for all convocations, fine arts productions, and concerts on campus.
More recently, Jayson served for three years as the Board President of the non-profit organization, Standing Room Only, a parent booster organization for the Highlands Middle School and Highlands High School theatre programs in Fort Thomas, Kentucky. During his tenure, Jayson was able to expand organizational funding by more than double, simplify and codify organizational operations, and establish a vibrant and supportive team culture.
Jayson lives in Fort Thomas, Kentucky with his wife, Heather. He has a daughter, Zoe, who is pursuing her BFA in Musical Theatre at Ohio University, and a son, Jameson, who is a student at Highlands High School. Both of Jayson’s children have participated in the cast of past CAST summer productions including Les Miserables, Shrek, Spring Awakening, Newsies, and Big Fish. Jayson is thrilled to have the opportunity to give back to CAST after receiving years of outstanding programming and performance opportunities for his kids.
Nanciann Moschner Vice President
Nanciann Moschner is an Account Executive for Duracell where she leads the E-Commerce strategy for the Food Channel. Nanciann has been in sales her entire career delivering business building growth within the consumer goods industry and digital media sales. She is born and raised in Cincinnati and has grown up in the theater community. She began performing at an early age not only in her local school productions but also with the Cincinnati Children’s Theater, Playhouse in the Park and ultimately through college. She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Music Theater from Elon University where she was a performance scholarship recipient as well as a double-major in Broadcast Journalism. Nanciann is a graduate of the Artswave Boardway Bound program and served on the Board for Friends of CCM at the University of Cincinnati and Melodic Connections prior to joining the CAST Board. Nanciann recently moved back to Cincinnati after relocating to Charlotte four years ago. She lives with her husband and two girls and enjoys trying new restaurants, traveling and runs with the Queen City Running Group.
Brad Martin Member at Large
Based out of UC Health, Brad is the Associate Director for the Care Innovation and Community Improvement Program - a statewide innovation partnership between four Ohio academic medical centers and the Ohio Department of Medicaid focused on developing innovative solutions to critical population health issues within Ohio's Medicaid community - where he oversees the strategy, direction, and growth of the program.
Prior to taking that role, he worked as a management consultant for Accenture and served seven years in the US Army as an aviation officer and helicopter pilot. Brad comes to CAST with over a decade of experience in areas including strategic planning, organizational leadership and development, governance, project and program management, and team-building.
A Cincinnati native, he is a graduate of Covington Latin School and holds bachelors degrees in Political Science and Classics/Philosophy from Xavier University; currently, he is also pursuing his MBA and MA in government from Johns Hopkins University.
Brad was drawn to CAST through its mission to provide a quality arts experience to students across the region as well as its focus on developing student leadership. Passionate about giving back to his community, he currently serves as a Board Member for the Cincinnati Music and Wellness Coalition and as Vice President of Operations for Give Back Cincinnati, where he volunteers at over 20 events at community nonprofits a year.
With Skyline Chili running through his veins, he lives in St. Bernard and spends his free time re-exploring Cincinnati, attending various events in the Queen City, and voraciously devouring novels before bed.
Michael Boberg Member Emeritus
Michael Boberg is currently the Senior Grants Officer at The Jewish Foundation of Cincinnati where he manages a multi-million dollar portfolio of grants. Prior to his recent position, Michael spent 15 years at ArtsWave (formerly The Fine Arts Fund), where he co-managed both the Business Volunteers for the Arts and BOARDway Bound programs, assisted in the creation of the Lawyers for the Arts program at the Cincinnati Bar Association, and nurtured scores of start-up and mid-sized arts organizations from receiving their first grants to offering them a variety of internal capacity building opportunities. Theater has always been his artistic passion, including appearing on stage as a member of Purcell-Marian's Queen's Men theater group in high school, serving as the Director of Marketing and PR at Ensemble Theater, presenting at the annual Cappies High School Theater Awards, having two monologues produced through The Know Theater's OUT Theater festival, and being a full-frontal pass holder for the annual Cincinnati Fringe Festival. Michael has served as a character coach for all of the First Grade classes at Kilgour Elementary through the Winners Walk Tall program for the past ten years. He holds a BA in Communications from The University of Cincinnati and an MBA from Xavier University. Michael currently lives with his husband of 25 years, Ronny Watson in Anderson Township.
Dr. Diane Carr Member at Large
Dr. Diane Carr is an experienced and dynamic leader whose focus is on developing strategies for sustainable growth, managing business operations, advancing volunteer, mentor and outreach service programs, defining community relationship development and leading educational program development. In addition to her doctorate in educational leadership, she also holds a Masters in Education, a Masters in English, and an MBA. She works to demonstrate servant leadership in all that she does and believes in the core value that “People Matter.” #drservantleader.