Board of Directors

BargasJacqueline Bargas, Chair

Jacqueline Bargas is founder of and program director of the Annual Autism Symposium presented by Wolfson Children’s Hospital, UF Health-Jacksonville and Nemours Children’s Specialty Care with support from partners Baptist Health and Nemours Brightstart!.

Jacqueline has been an active community volunteer involved in philanthropy and leadership with several local organizations. She is a graduate of Mercer University with a bachelor of arts. She has a son who attends Mainspring Academy.

In her position on the board of directors, Jacqueline leads the organization in developing fundraising strategies and serves on the community relations committee.


Greg Keblish, Vice Chair

Greg is the general manager of Saks Fifth Avenue OFF 5th, With his 20 years of experience in retail, along with his personal passion for technology Greg has been part of spearheading multiple initiatives within Saks. Earlier in his career, Greg held executive positions in management for Express World Brands, American Eagle Outfitters, and Bath and Body Works. He studied Business Management at Miami University of Ohio, and North Carolina State University.

In addition to his support of animal rescue, he has been involved in SADD, The American Heart Association, Betty Griffin House, St. Jude’s, Cincinnati Playhouse in The Park, Cincinnati Symphony, The Cincinnati Food Pantry, and was Regional Director of Fashion Group International North Florida.

unspecified-2Corkey Harvey, Treasurer

Corkey Harvey is Vice President of Finance for Logistic Services International, Inc. (“LSI”), an employee-owned defense contractor headquartered in Jacksonville, FL, where he oversees the accounting, finance and contract functions. Prior to LSI, he was a Senior Manager with Dixon Hughes Goodman LLP for seven years and KPMG LLP for eleven years. He completed an undergraduate degree in Accounting at the University of North Florida and is a Florida licensed Certified Public Accountant (“CPA”). He also serves in the United States Marine Corps for six years.

Corkey has served as a board member and Treasurer of Mainspring Academy since 2016. He has also served as a director and volunteer in several local organizations.

Corkey has a daughter who will attend Mainspring Academy beginning in Fall 2017.


unspecified-3Jacqueline Rudloff, Secretary

Jacqueline Rudloff is the Assistant Vice President and Counsel at Deutsche Bank where she supports institutional and corporate clients within the global markets group.  Jacqueline also currently represents the bank on the global ISDA working documentation group for the uncleared margin rules in the United States.  Additionally, she is an adjunct instructor for the Art Institute where she teaches Fashion Business Law.

Jacqueline is the  Area Governor for Rotary District 6970 and is the Past-President of the Rotary Club of Arlington.  She was recently elected to serve on the incoming board of directors for the Rotary Club of South Jacksonville and currently serves on the board of Volunteers in Medicine and Girls On The Run. She is a 2015 graduate of Leadership Jacksonville and continues to strive towards becoming a community trustee.

Additionally, she and her husband Josh have a small animation studio where they have produced a comic book series call Dan In Space that has sold in over fourteen countries and throughout the United States. They have been invited to exhibit the comic book in numerous forums including Artist Alley at New York Comic Con.


Doris W. Mellion

Doris is the former owner of The Write Touch, in Jacksonville, Florida, an establishment she owned for over twenty six years. After selling her business, she continued working in retail at an antique shop specializing in sterling silver. Doris was a founding member of the Fashion Group International of North Florida and held the office of regional director for a period of time. She is a long time volunteer at Mainspring Academy and feels honored to be a part of the Board.





Michael De La Hunt, MD, FAPA Ex Officio

Dr. De La Hunt is medical director of Pediatric Mental Health Services at Wolfson Children’s Hospital and division chief, Division of Psychiatry at Nemours Children’s Specialty Care- Jacksonville.  He is an assistant professor, Department of Psychiatry, UF Health- Jacksonville and an, Mayo Clinic-Jacksonville.

Dr. De La Hunt is a child and adolescent psychiatrist.  He received his BS degree from Iowa State University and a Masters of Health Sciences from John’s Hopkins School of Public Health and Hygiene, Department of Maternal and Child Health.  He is a graduate of the University of Minnesota Medical School.  Dr. De La Hunt completed a five year triple board residency program at Brown University.

As both medical director of pediatric mental health services at Wolfson Children’s Hospital and division chief of Psychiatry at Nemours Children’s Specialty Care, Dr. De La Hunt has been responsible for overseeing and developing one of the largest comprehensive pediatric mental health systems in northeast Florida, as well as providing an educational experience for numerous trainees in a variety of disciplines.  He has collaborated with numerous community agencies working to provide education, advocacy or other support in the greater mental health care system.

Dr. De La Hunt’s medical training in both pediatrics and psychiatry lends an interest and focus in treating children and adolescents with co-morbid emotional, behavioral and medical health conditions.  Dr De La Hunt teaches in formal educational formats as well as informal forums to the public; thereby increasing the general medical and public community’s knowledge and awareness regarding the etiology, diagnosis, treatment and prevention of pediatric mental health.