board of directors
Keith Estes is the founder and President of Century Commercial Service, a 35-year-old company that provides lighting, electrical and plumbing services to commercial properties throughout the state of California. Keith has lived in Auburn since 1984 with his wife of 43 years where they raised their three children. Keith is a graduate of the University of San Francisco with a Business Degree. Keith served as Chairman of the Board for Pride Industries, Vice Chairman of the International Association of Lighting Management Companies, and Scout Master of Troop 277. He has also served as Chairman of his church's Deacon Board and was appointed by the Mayor of Auburn to their Homeless Task Force.
The Very Reverend Cliff Haggenjos currently serves as the Rector of St. John’s Episcopal Church, located in the WestPark neighborhood of Roseville. Over the past nine years, under his leadership, St. John’s has become an active and vital supporter of the work of The Gathering Inn. Prior to moving to Roseville, he served as the Assistant Rector at St. Mary’s Episcopal Church in Napa, where he was active in serving the homeless population there. He is also active in Kairos ministry at the CSP-SAC prison in Folsom. The Very Reverend Cliff Haggenojs resides in Roseville and is married to The Rev. Babette Haggenjos, a deacon of The Episcopal Church. They have six children, 21 grandchildren, and recently welcomed their 5th great-grandchild.
Peter entered the business world by opening an Auto Body Shop in 1978 at 17. He still plays with it as a hobby under Konrad Auto Group, LLC. His “day job” is as Serving Partner of IFC which he founded in 2000. His expertise since 1986 is in Business and Estate planning from a cash flow perspective. He specializes in Business Succession Planning, Executive Bonus, Hybrid Retirement Planning and Estate Planning. Peter has served on countless boards for church, nonprofit and community organizations. He is also very involved in Leadership development and supporting the Auburn community. He is currently serving on the boards of Feed The Hungry of Auburn, Highway 49 Business Association, Upper Hand, Inc. a nonprofit he founded in 2005 and The Gathering Inn. Peter is active in his local community as well as missions abroad and enjoys an active life with his wife on their 10-acre ranch. His favorite event is family dinner night. When his three kids, spouses, and five grandkids come weekly for a meal and fellowship. He also enjoys a plethora of outdoor activities including traveling, RVing, UTVing, motorsports, watersports, snow sports, and more.
Jeff Shore is the President of Shore Consulting, specializing in training and coaching for the homebuilding industry across North America. He has lived in the Auburn area since 1999 with his wife of 35 years; Jeff and Karen just welcomed their sixth grandchild (all girls). Jeff is a pastor at Elevation Church of Auburn. He graduated from Saint Mary’s College in Moraga with a degree in management, and is pursuing a Master’s Degree in Theology. Jeff is a Certified Speaking Professional through the National Speaker’s Association. For recreation he plays hockey two nights a week at Skatetown in Roseville. “I have been so blessed to be a part of the homebuilding community for the past 36 years. Now I am honored to help those who need a home the most.”
As the CEO of The Gathering Inn, Keith comes to his position with a history of service to some of the most disadvantaged populations across the United States. Keith traces his affinity for helping those that are less fortunate to an experience he had when he was just 14 years old. At that age, Keith visited the historic campus of Boys Town, Nebraska and learned firsthand that not every child grew up to live in a two-parent household with middle income means. It was during this time that Keith learned to appreciate what he had and felt compelled to have a career helping those who were less fortunate. Keith attended Wayne State College in Wayne, Nebraska and received a dual major in both business economics and sociology. After a brief stint in Denver, Colorado as a manager of a Bennigan’s restaurant, Keith returned to Omaha, Nebraska and began working at Boys Town as a youth care worker in one of the residential programs. Over the next five years, Keith worked in this position while putting himself through graduate school at the University of Nebraska- Lincoln with a major in child and adolescent development. Over the next 20 years, Keith moved to various Boys Town locations across the country at the request of the organization, including New Orleans, Louisiana; Tallahassee, Florida; West Palm Beach, Florida; and LA/Orange County, California. With each move Keith’s responsibilities grew; in both West Palm Beach and LA/Orange County, Keith was the President/Executive Director. Due to his leadership, all of the various locations saw an increase in program and budgets by at least 200%. Keith was recognized internally within the Boys Town organization as a skilled change agent that rejuvenated the mission, vision, and values of the Boys Town locations in which he served. After his 20 year career at Boys Town, Keith was recruited to Stanford Home for Children and presided over an organization-wide strategic planning process which led to a complete rebranding of the agency and renaming of it to Stanford Youth Solutions. Keith left Stanford Youth Solutions after successfully transforming that agency over a period of five years and opened his own consulting business. Keith’s skills in organizational cultural transformation have helped numerous clients including both for-profit and non-profit businesses. Keith came to The Gathering Inn with a desire to build upon the good work that had been done over the years and position the agency for the next phase of growth. Keith values community partnerships and collaboration. Since 2015, under Keith leadership, The Gathering Inn’s budget has grown over 270% and the number of clients served per day has increased over 235%. On any given night, 200 guests are served in what now is four separate programs serving the homeless in Placer County. The Gathering Inn is now the largest homeless services program in Placer County. In addition, Keith has served on numerous nonprofit boards throughout the United States, including both local and statewide organizations that serve children in the educational and foster care settings as well as being a Board member of the Homeless Resource Council of the Sierras. Keith has six children and is currently married to the love of his life, Jennifer, who is the former CEO of Make-A-Wish Northeastern California Northern Nevada.
David Lockhart currently serves as the Support Services Administrator for Kaiser Permanente, Roseville. He has been with Kaiser Permanente for over 27 years where he has helped open, operate, expand, and improve the Roseville Medical Center and supporting medical office buildings. Dave started his career serving four years in the U.S. Navy as an electrician. Dave has lived in Placer County for the past 27 years raising his family in Auburn where he has served in school, church, and youth sports programs. As a TGI Board Member Dave brings his passion for service to improve our communities, especially in providing pathways to success for our homeless population.
Mike is the President and CEO of MNJ Advisors Inc. of Roseville, a firm specializing in transportation planning, entitlements, and budgetary management. Mike formerly served as the Executive Director of Placer County Transportation Planning Agency and has more than 32 years of experience in local government and the private sector. Mike served as the Deputy Director of the Yolo County Transportation District and has also worked in transportation planning, economic development and land use planning for the Cities of West Sacramento and Sacramento, Yolo County, and was the Director of the Port of West Sacramento. Mike continues to serve on Board of Directors of the Greater Sacramento Certified Development Corporation, funding small business expansion throughout California for over 38 years. Mike and his family have lived in South Placer County for the last 27 years.
Commercial real estate broker, owner of Landmarx Healthcare Property Advisory. Bonnie has been on the TGI Board for over 10 years and is a member of Commercial Real Estate Women, and Lambda International Alpha Honor Society, and Soroptimist International. While on the Sutter Roseville Medical Center Foundation Board, she participated in capital campaigns which enabled Sutter Roseville to double in size. Bonnie received the Woman of Impact Award for 2012. She says "Memories of sales calls with my father as a young child and seeing homeless people living in stairwells or on the streets have always stayed with me.
Robert M. Weygandt served as a member of the Placer County Board of Supervisors for 28 years (1995 – 2022). He lives on the same foothills ranch in rural Lincoln where he grew up. He represented the western portion of the county, including Lincoln, Sheridan and the northern portions of Rocklin. He has lived in Placer County for over 60 years. After graduating from Lincoln High School, Robert earned bachelors and master’s degrees in finance and management from the University of Southern California (go Trojans!). From 1979 to 2004, he was vice president, chief financial officer and part owner of WECO Aerospace Systems, an aircraft repair facility based in Lincoln. His other past experience includes service as a county planning commissioner, member of the county economic development board and community college instructor. As County Supervisor, Robert was avidly involved in Placer Legacy and the Placer County Conservation Program (PCCP)—programs designed to balance responsible development with the protection of land, water and open space within the county. Placer Legacy was honored with the Governor’s Award for Environmental and Economic Leadership in 2002. Robert is also an avid outdoorsman who admits to being a fanatic fly fisherman. He has a son Eric and a daughter Stephanie, and is a proud grandpa—with granddaughters Haley, Madison, Sydney, Emma Grace and grandsons Braden, Tanner, and Blake.