Board of Trustees
The Road Home is proudly ranked as a Four Star Charity by Charity Navigator for our organization’s transparency and efficiency.
Our board members are volunteers who help guide the programs and practices of The Road Home. They are a vital link to our community and provide the inspiration for us to pursue our vision.
Board of Trustees: 2022-2023
Becky Pickle, Chick-fil-A – President
Christena Huntsman Durham, Community Advocate – Board Secretary
Keb Brady, UBS Bank – Board Treasurer
Greg M. Johnson, Intermountain Healthcare – Past President
Dustin Allen, Nomis
Chris Acton, Community Advocate
Peter Chamberlain, Hogan Construction
Angie Cook, Utah Child Care Cooperative
Connie Crosby, Canyons School District
Steve Eliason, CPA/Representative, University of Utah/Utah House of Representatives – Emeritus
Rick Foster, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
Brian Garrett, Department of Veterans and Military Affairs
Evan Goldstein, University of Utah School of Medicine
Rhonda Greenwood, Community Advocate
Jessica Guynn, Community Advocate
Sue Mark Lunde, Chapman Richards & Associates
Shawn Newell, Industrial Supply Company – Emeritus
Aspen Perry, Community Advocate
Pauline Ploquin, Struck
Gloria Salazar, KeyBank
Chris Sotiriou, Community Advocate
Charles Stormont, Utah Department of Transportation
Nikki Walker, Domo
James Washington, Salt Lake City Police Department
Emily Wegener, PacifiCorp
I work with chronically homeless individuals to find and maintain housing. I know that as part of The Road Home I am helping to make our community a better and more inclusive place for everyone.
My favorite part of my job is seeing the positive impact that volunteers and donors can have in our community. I love seeing the way that people light up when they receive something that they need or when they see that someone genuinely cares about them.
I assist our clients with whatever needs I can, including food boxes, transportation, assistance with paperwork and much more. I work at The Road Home to help make life easier on our society's most vulnerable population.
I work with families that have recently moved out of shelter and into housing. Supporting families in their journey of stabilization and success in housing is an experience I feel lucky and humbled to be a part of.