Meet the Board
Suzanne Clark, ESQ., CEDS
Suzanne is Of Counsel at eDiscovery CoCounsel, pllc, a law firm providing consumer lawyers and their clients with cutting edge Electronic Discovery practice and evidence management in the areas of Complex and Multi-District Litigation. Prior to joining eDiscovery CoCounsel, pllc, Suzanne Clark was a litigation associate at a law firm concentrating her practice in commercial litigation. Ms. Clark also has experience operating an eDiscovery consulting company where she paired organizations with eDiscovery products and services. Ms. Clark has earned the CEDS (Certified E-Discovery Specialist) designation from the Association of Certified E-Discovery Specialists, and is co-founder and President of ACEDS Jacksonville. She also chairs the Jacksonville Bar Association’s Legal Technology Committee. Ms. Clark served for 2 years on the Board of the Jacksonville Women Lawyers Association (JWLA), and is a member of The Florida Bar Business Litigation Section’s E-Discovery and Digital Evidence Committee and Women in E-Discovery (WiE).
Olga Malosh, CEDS, FRP
Vice President and Public Relations and Social Media Director
Olga Malosh is an eDiscovery Project Manager at CSX Transportation and a Florida Registered Paralegal. Ms. Malosh holds a summa cum laude Bachelor’s degree in Accounting from UNF and an honors Associate degree in Paralegal Studies from FSCJ. Ms. Malosh guides internal and external eDiscovery case teams on implementation of innovative and cost effective litigation support technologies while ensuring compliance with the federal and state rules regarding ESI. Ms. Malosh advises eDiscovery project teams regarding each step of the EDRM and negotiates ESI collection, review, and production specifications according to technical capabilities and legal requirements. She provides individual and group user training on specific programs such as Atlas, Relativity, SharePoint, and other litigation support tools.
Ana Johnson, ESQ.,CEDS
Director at Large
Ana Johnson concentrates her practice on general and complex commercial litigation matters. In addition to her trial and courtroom experience, Ana is involved in major e-discovery matters, including managing large scale, electronic review projects. Ana co-chairs Gunster's eDiscovery practice. Ana has earned the CEDS (Certified E-Discovery Specialist) designation from ACEDS eDiscovery is one of the most expensive and intrusive aspects of litigation. As a result, Ana and the eDiscovery team are dedicated to using the latest tools and techniques to strive to minimize the negative impacts of discovery, and maximize the effectiveness of each clients' legal spend.
Ana regularly works with clients to respond to the challenges of e-discovery and preservation under the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure. This includes the development of initial strategies for preserving, collecting and processing electronically stored information, as well as advising on best practices to meet a client's specific needs.
In addition, Ana brings experience in arbitration and other forms of alternative dispute resolution.
Joseph Rogan, ESQ., CEDS
Director at Large
Vice President and Membership Director
Serena Selzer is the Director of Legal Affairs for GuideWell Source, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Florida Blue. She joined the Florida Blue family of companies in 1998. She has extensive experience in working with the Department of Justice and the Federal Bureau of Investigation in prosecuting physicians guilty of Medicare fraud. In her role as Director, Ms. Selzer is also responsible for the Records Management functions of her company and its two subsidiaries, First Coast Service Options, Inc. and Novitas Solutions, Inc. With a presence in 11 states and multiple Records vendors, Ms. Selzer has garnered vast experience in the field of Records Management. Ms. Selzer has a Bachelors degree in Political Science/Pre-law and a Masters degree in Criminal Justice.
Kimberly Schubert, MBA, CEDS
Kimberly Schubert is a project manager who focuses on technology and business process transformation efforts as well as anticipating the effects of the statutory, national, and global regulatory landscape. Ms. Schubert holds a B.B.A in Decision Science from Georgia State University, an M.B.A from University of Phoenix, and a CEDS certification from ACEDS. She helps with transportation projects in the Information Technology Program Office of LogistiCare. LogistiCare, the nation's largest manager of non-emergency medical transportation; handles 65 million rides annually in 41 states and the District of Columbia. Ms. Schubert is a proud member of the FBI's InfraGard program, a cooperative effort that includes the FBI and the private sector.
Tyler White, ESQ.
Director at Large
Mr. White represents employers in disputes, litigation, and arbitration involving trade secrets, non-competition agreements, non-disclosure agreements, wage hour allegations, and allegations of race, gender, national origin, disability, age, marital status, genetic information and religious discrimination. Mr. White also defends employers in cases involving allegations of defamation, sexual harassment, violations of Florida’s Guns at Work law, and whistleblower and workers’ compensation retaliation. Mr. White has co-presented on subjects such as: “Employment Law in a Virtual World” (October 2009); “The Holiday Party: Laughs, Libations and Liability” (November 2009); “Fearless Firing: Saying ‘Goodbye’ without a Courthouse Reunion” (March 2010); “Preparing an Effective Employee Handbook” (May 2010); and “A Ticking Time Bomb: Do Your Handbooks and Policies Violate the National Labor Relations Act?” (January 2013).
In addition to receiving his Juris Doctor, Mr. White completed further studies to earn a Certificate in Dispute Resolution from the Straus Institute at Pepperdine.
Joe focuses his practice on the resolution of complex business disputes and on creditors’ rights. His experience includes representation in banking, finance and fiduciary relationships and in the property management, development, logistics and construction industries. Prior to entering practice, Joe was a judicial law clerk to the Honorable Paul W. Grimm, U.S. District Judge for the District of Maryland and the then-Chair of the Discovery Subcommittee of the Advisory Committee on Civil Rules, Judicial Conference of the United States. Joe served eight years in the Military Police Corps of the U.S. Army Reserve. As a team leader on a Police Transition Team in Iraq, Joe spent ten months as an advisor to the Iraqi police, teaching operations and internal, intelligence and criminal investigations.