Meet our Directors
Michael Gilberg - Executive Director/Co-Owner
Michael Gilberg is the executive director of Kutsher's Sports Academy and oversees all of the day-to-day operations. He started his KSA career as a camper in 1995, later becoming a counselor, and then a baseball coach. Michael earned a bachelors degree in Sport Management from SUNY Cortland and a law degree from the University of San Diego School of Law. Prior to becoming the director of KSA, Michael worked in the New York Mets' baseball operations department, and then served as an attorney in the New York State Inspector General's office.
Hillary Gilberg - Director/Co-Owner
Hillary Gilberg is also a former KSA camper and counselor. She takes the lead on camper recruitment, the KSA social media accounts, and is the girls head counselor during the summer. Hillary attended the George Washington University and earned a masters degree in education from Touro College. After graduating college, Hillary worked as the Post Grad Coordinator for Project Morry, a nonprofit organization and summer camp. Prior to returning to KSA in 2016, Hillary was an elementary school teacher in New York and South Florida.
Hillary & Michael are the 19th known KSA marriage. They met as staff members in 2007 and welcomed a baby girl, Emma Blake Gilberg, to their family on December 19, 2017.
Both Hillary & Michael are members of the American Camp Association.
Brad Rangell - Athletic Director/Co-Owner
Brad has joined KSA as athletic director, where he will be in charge of the several new athletic programs including Track, Cross Country, and Roller Hockey. Prior to joining KSA, Brad was the Managing Director and Team Leader for Citi Private Bank's Sports Advisory Business, where he initiated coverage on the sports sector and built a multi-billion dollar business buying, selling, and financing professional sports teams. "Coach Brad" was a competitive runner in high school and college and continues to be active in competitive tennis, roller hockey, basketball, and other sports. Brad is a graduate of Binghamton University (MBA) and Brandeis University (B.A.) and lives in Woodbury, Long Island, with his wife, two sons, and daughter Gracie (a ten-year old Golden Doodle)