GCC Foundation Staff

Keith Carlson
Executive Director

Keith Carlson loves to see things grow and multiply, one of the most exciting of which has been the Grace Care Center and all the relationships and transformations that have resulted. For almost 20 years, he served on staff at Grace Church, for most of those years as Grace’s Pastor of Outreach & Care. Keith led the church in defining and developing its outreach mission, resulting in partner ministries in the broken places of the world—and providing paths for Grace individuals and families to connect through prayer, service and donations. One of those “ ideas” in 2012 became the Grace Care Center. He also helped envision and start the GCC Foundation in 2016 to help resource and expand the Grace Care Center. In 2019, he moved from his role as Pastor to a new role as Executive Director of the GCC Foundation. Before coming to Grace, Keith and his wife planted a church in Florida, and then owned a small business selling gourmet chocolates. Growing up in California, he loves the outdoors, hiking the entire John Muir Trail twice and completing a few marathons (slowly). Keith earned a Master of Divinity degree from Trinity International University after graduating from Wheaton College with a bachelor’s in philosophy and biblical studies. Keith and Rosalyn have been married for 30 years with three children—all of which have now flown out of the nest.

Cindy Johnson
Project Manager

Since 2013, Cindy Johnson has passionately addressed food insecurity through volunteer work at the Grace Care Center and Carmel Clay Schools. Cindy created the Pantry Packs Program at Carmel Middle School and then coordinated the Backpack Program at Carmel High School for four years, providing students with supplemental food on the weekends, family food boxes, and grocery store gift cards. She is thrilled to serve as the GCC Foundation Project Manager and continues to volunteer as a Personal Shopper Team Leader in the Grace Care Center. Cindy’s professional experience includes working in communications and marketing with a variety of Indianapolis entities including the Indiana University School of Medicine, Indianapolis Chamber of Commerce, and Central Indiana Community Foundation. Cindy and her husband, Brian, have attended Grace for more than nine years, live in Carmel, and have two college-aged children.

Board of Directors

Greg Guevara
Chairman of the Board

Greg Guevara has served churches and faith-based nonprofits throughout his entire working career. After helping lead church planting teams in Michigan, Ohio and Florida, Greg was an Elder and the Chairman of the Governing Board at Grace Church in Noblesville, Indiana, from 2011-15. He served in executive leadership roles from 1999-2006, including as the Executive Director of Reliant Mission (formerly Great Commission Ministries) in Orlando, Florida (www.reliant.org/). As a partner in the labor and employment law group at Bose McKinney & Evans LLP in Indianapolis where he’s been recognized among The Best Lawyers in America® every year since 2011, Greg helps businesses and nonprofits achieve their goals. He also is honored to serve as outside legal counsel to Shepherd Community Center whose mission is to break the cycle of poverty on the near eastside of Indianapolis (www.shepherdcommunity.org). Greg is passionate about supporting the ministry of the Grace Care Center and expanding the ministry to serve more friends and neighbors in Hamilton and Marion counties in central Indiana. Greg and his wife Kathy, who is an assistant director at the Grace Care Center’s Choice Food Pantry, have four children.

Marcus Casteel

Marcus Casteel truly knows the challenges and emotions of living on food pantries. He visited them for a month to receive food (reimbursing each pantry for what he received) and sustain his own needs, but more importantly, allow Grace Church to better understand the needs and gaps when it opened its own choice food pan try in July 2012. Marcus was the leader in developing and launching Grace’s choice food pantry, which allows families to shop and select the items that meet their needs, just like a grocery store. Today, Marcus also oversees referral services, the vehicle ministry and ESL classes—all part of the Care Center, which impacts around 2,500 individuals each week. Since joining the Grace staff in 2005, Marcus has served in various capacities, including with the pastoral staff (as project director) and student ministries (as senior director). Previously, he was owner/operator of a Gold’s Gym and on the national staff of Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity. He carries a passion for creating and developing new things as well as helping and coaching others. He also loves landscaping, cooking (he’s quite the chef) and his family—three sons and wife Kirsten, all volunteers at the Care Center.

Jon Kizer

Jon Kizer is an active volunteer wherever he goes. At Grace Church, he volunteers at the Grace Care Center and formerly co-directed the Grace Basketball League — an outreach to more than 200 men in the Indianapolis area. Elsewhere, Jon serves meals to the homeless at Wheeler Mission. Previously, he served on the board of directors at Chaucie’s Place working to prevent child sexual abuse and youth suicide in Hamilton County. He was also a big brother for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Indiana and member of the Rotary Club in Indianapolis. Prior to his retirement in 2019, Jon founded Direct Path Alliance, a consulting firm that helped large and small clients solve complex business and operational problems. Before starting Direct Path in 2007, Jon was director of state and local government for Haverstick Consulting, Inc. where he developed executive client relationships and consulting teams that delivered enterprise business and technology projects. Jon and his wife, Robbyn, live in Carmel, have two adult children and have been attending Grace Church for 24 years.

Cara Augspurger

After returning from a short-term mission trip to New York City Relief in 2015, Cara Augspurger felt passionate about God’s call to serve through local outreach and the Grace Care Center. She continues to return to NYC Relief as a volunteer in street ministry to help the poor and homeless with resources leading to life transformation, as well as using her fundraising expertise to advise and assist the nonprofit organization in development and initiatives. Cara has more than 25 years of experience in nonprofit fundraising and alumni relations. Cara currently provides fundraising consulting and manages projects for a number of nonprofit organizations. Her specialties also include fundraising training, donor relations and stewardship, database management, communications planning, and writing and copy editing. Grace Church attenders for more than 16 years, Cara and her husband Nathan are University of Illinois alumni and reside in Noblesville, Indiana, with their three children.

Anthony Brock

Anthony Brock strives to achieve sustainable improvement in marketing performance, technology, and analysis that delivers actionable customer insights. He is passionate about growing through giving and leadership. Anthony also dedicates his time to nonprofits through marketing donations. He believes giving should be part of every company as an effective SBU and that each company is uniquely called to give. He graduated from Indiana University – Indianapolis with a BA in Economics and a minor in Business Administration from the Kelley School of Business. He is currently an MBA student at the Gies College of Business at the University of Illinois. He has been a follower of Jesus through Grace Community Church since 2014. Anthony resides in Westfield, IN with his wife Kelli and their three children.

Scott Quigley

Scott Quigley believes that compassion for others should lead to action towards change. Volunteering has always been his catalyst for seeing that change. Starting as young as a child, he and his family would volunteer at Grace Church and within the community. That passion grew at American University, where Scott volunteered consistently with his fraternity’s philanthropic initiatives called Push America, a front-line aid to people with disabilities. Scott’s diverse career has taken him to the heights of Jackson Hole in Wyoming, archaeology in Virginia, and nearly a decade of non-profit work in Indiana. Scott joined the GCC Foundation board as its first fellow in August 2018 and became an official board member in December 2019.  In March 2020, he broadened his diverse career into the nutrition and supplement industry as the Director of Operations at Oliventures, Inc. Scott is a leader of leaders and a witness to God multiplying sustainable change through a willing heart and compassionate service.

Board Emeritus

Shane Whybrew

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