As an independent school, Oak Hill School is governed by a Board of Trustees whose members volunteer their time to serve the school.
Strategic in its scope, the Board of Trustees upholds and promotes the mission of Oak Hill School, establishing policies that guide the long-term vision of OHS while safeguarding the school’s resources to ensure its financial stability.
We thank our dedicated Board of Trustees for their valued service to our school.
Lynn Hewes May holds an undergraduate and masters degree from Vanderbilt University where she was tapped for Phi Beta Kappa and president of Kappa Alpha Theta. She taught English for five years in Metro Nashville high schools and was later a teacher, administrator and development director at OHS, where her sons Tom (’83) and Rob (’85) graduated. Lynn was employed for 25 years as a private banker/first vice president at Third National/SunTrust bank and was a founder of Truxton Trust. A life-long Presbyterian, Lynn served for 12 years as a deacon and 18 years as an elder, as well as being a Sunday School teacher and chair of various committees, at First Presbyterian Church. In addition to Oak Hill, Lynn is currently on the board of Richland Place and the Friends of the Libraries at Vanderbilt. She is a past president of the Nashville Vanderbilt Club, The Centennial Club, Le Petit Salon, Friday Literary Club and the Nashville Women’s Breakfast Club, a professional women’s group she founded. Lynn is married to Joseph L. (Jack) May, and together they have six children and 14 grandchildren.