Jonathan Moosmiller

Known to friends and colleagues simply as “Moose” – joined the Shangri-La team in August, 2021 as Executive Director of Food & Beverage after nine years at Southern Hills Country Club in Tulsa where he was most recently Director of Food & Beverage Operations.

With honors including service as president of the American Master Chef’s Order, Jonathan’s training and professional accomplishments are extraordinary. After receiving his A.A.S. Degree in Culinary Arts from Johnson & Wales University in Providence, Rhode Island, he studied under the famed Chef Roger Verge at Moulin de Mougins in Mougins, France prior to completing three additional degree certifications from Club Management Association of America (CMAA). He is an American Culinary Federation Certified Master Chef and a member of the American Academy of Chefs (AAC), the highest honor society of the American Culinary Federation.

Jonathan began his culinary career as Sous Chef at Westchester Country Club in Rye, New York, rising through the ranks to the position of Executive Sous Chef before his move to Genesee Valley Club in Rochester, New York where he served as Executive Chef for two years prior to his move to Southern Hills Country Club in Tulsa. He spent nine years there – first as Executive Chef, then, since September, 2018, as Director of Food and Beverage Operations at the prestigious country club prior to joining the team at Shangri-La Resort as Executive Director of Food & Beverage. 

Jonathan and his wife Jessica have two sons, John Paul and Jude, and a daughter, Guiliana.

Matt Hensley

Matt Hensley has been promoted to the position
of Executive Chef and Director of Culinary Operations. Matt
has an impressive history at Shangri-La having served as a
cook at the Summit, Room Chef at the Summit, Banquet
Chef, Executive Sous Chef, and now, Executive Chef.
In his new role, Matt’s responsibilities include supervision
of all back-of-the-house operations as well as work in planning
menus and special event selections for all Shangri-La venues.
He has long been an important part of our Food & Beverage

Shaun Tune

Director of Anchor Operations

Shaun Tune is a native of Miami, Oklahoma. He earned a bachelor’s degree in Agricultural Communications and is pursuing Masters Degree in Agricultural Education, from Oklahoma State University, in Stillwater, Oklahoma. He spent nearly 8 years as the Counselor in Training Coordinator, training and molding young staff members at Leggett’s You Gotta’ Believe Showmanship Clinic. YGB is a faith-based organization that focuses on teaching the youth of the United States how to exhibit sheep and goats. Tune helped influence nearly 1000 kids per summer in his former position.

While working on his Master’s Degree, Tune helped in instructing a class at Oklahoma State University. The class created, designed, and published a magazine, highlighting the successes of Ok State College of Ag alumni. He spent four semesters in that role before accepting the position at Shangri-La in August 2021.

As Director of Anchor Operations, Shaun is responsible for ensuring visitors always have a great experience through a combination of appropriately utilized amenities and exceptional service. Additionally, he works closely with other Shangri-La personnel to plan and execute events, enhance outreach, and deliver outstanding value to members and guests.

A former member of the Oklahoma State University Bass Fishing Team, Shaun and his wife Carley are excited to be a part of Monkey Island’s Shangri-La team.

Todd Kerr

Todd Kerr is a USPTA Pro and the Director of the Racquet Club. A native of OKC, Todd says, “He is city born and raised but he loves the country life, especially the Grand Lake life.”

He married a Grove native, Donnetta Boyett, who he met at Southwestern Oklahoma State University. There he played tennis as he completed his BS in Science. Todd later completed his master’s in Education Administration at Southern Nazarene University. Todd was in his 28th year of teaching and coaching when he decided to join the Shangri-La team.

He coached tennis at Grove for 25 years, where he had the pleasure of coaching all 3 of his children (Kelsey, Levi, and Lacey) and now a fellow coworker in Katelin Threet. Todd said, “It had to be a very special job to pull him away from teaching/coaching and that this is a dream job.”

He also said, “After visiting with Barry for the first time I saw a special place to join and was highly impressed with the culture that Eddy, Barry, and Jason have created.”
Todd has a tennis background but has been falling in love with Pickleball. He will be directing leagues, camps, drills, clinics, tournaments, and lessons in both tennis and pickleball. One of Todd’s main goals is to include all ages in the Racquet Club activities.