Todd Rogers, Executive Director
(623) 551-6000, firstname.lastname@example.org
Todd has been serving in this capacity since November of 2007. Prior to this he worked in the non-profit sector as a pastor in the United Methodist Church for the past fourteen years. The majority of his career has been focused on building stronger organizations to engage and respond to the needs of the community. Additionally, Todd spent two years working for Bank of America as a Preferred Banking Officer after he graduated from Arizona State University with a bachelor’s degree in finance. In 2000 he earned a master’s degree in divinity and now resides in the Phoenix area with his wife and two children. He enjoys education, sports, travel and meeting people from all walks of life.
Sandy Cibik, Office Manager
(623) 551-6000, email@example.com
Originally from Ohio, Sandy has lived in Arizona since 1996. She has worked in office administration and support for 25 years and joined Habitat in 2005. Her organizational skills, attention to detail and positive outlook keep the office running efficiently. She also enjoys helping in planning events and family ceremonies for Habitat. Sandy enjoys swimming, hiking, weekend get-aways and spending time with her husband and her son who attends college in Los Angeles.
Kacey King, ReStore Manager
(623) 551-6400, firstname.lastname@example.org
Kacey has been in specialty retail for 20 years. She enjoys the interaction and the building of relationships with customers. Outside of work, Kacey enjoys spending time with her 10 nieces and nephews, reading and cooking.
Board of Directors
Dan Dooley, President
Lisa Johnston, Treasurer
Mike Sullivan, Assistant Treasurer
Deborah Miller, Secretary
Mary Estelle Amberg
If you are interested in joining any of these committees, please contact the office and we can provide committee chair contact information.
To coordinate labor, plans, materials and family interests to build the finished product, "a simple, decent house in a decent community for God's people in need."
To continually improve the community's awareness of our work, recognize our participants, and encourage community participation with the organization.
To continually improve the corporate community's awareness of our work, recognize our participants, and encourage the corporate community's participation with the organization.
To cultivate Habitat for Humanity Desert Foothills' relationship with local churches, seek covenant churches, and maintain ties to currently involved churches.
The committee organizes and carries out application, interview, and selection processes. We find the families who fit the criteria of need for shelter, ability to make no-interest loan payments, and ability to partner with Habitat for Humanity.
Recruits, interviews, trains and coordinates volunteers to carry out Habitat for Humanity Desert Foothills' mission.
To plan the annual Golf Tournament event held annually in April.
Works with families through home ownership education, adjustment to new responsibilities and continued partnership with the organization. The committee is responsible for planning, implementing and evaluating this aspect of the program.
Identify potential land, evaluate site availability and appropriateness, evaluate site suitability for affiliate's basic house plans, develop a site acquisitions criteria policy for board approval, implement the board-approved site acquisition policy and maintain acquired sites.
This group staffs the office, performing various office tasks including mailings, filing and computer entry.
Develops and manages a discount home improvement retail facility.