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, Community Advocate – President
Christena Huntsman Durham, Community Advocate – Board Secretary
Keb Brady, UBS Bank – Board Treasurer
Greg M. Johnson, Intermountain Healthcare – Past President
Dustin Allen, Silicon Valley Bank
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
Sue Mark Lunde, Chapman Richards & Associates
Shawn Newell, Industrial Supply Company – Emeritus
Aspen Perry, Community Advocate
Pauline Ploquin, Struck
Gloria Salazar, Proofpoint
Chris Sotiriou, Peters | Scofield P.C.
Charles Stormont, Utah Department of Transportation
Nikki Walker, Domo
James Washington, Bank of America
Emily Wegener, Utah Association of Municipal Power Systems
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.