Personnel Commissioners are volunteers with knowledge and experience in personnel management and are appointed by the Board of Directors for a four-year term. The Commission monitors the District’s personnel policies, certifies the hiring of full-time staff members, hears appeals of disciplinary actions and makes recommendations to the Board of Directors on matters of personnel administration. The Commission convenes public meetings as needed, typically at 7:00 p.m. on the first Tuesday of every month and are held at the Robert Livermore Community Center, 4444 East Avenue, Livermore, California.
Keith Beck purchased his very first home in Livermore in 1972. Since then, he has had success in his careers in corporate America and as an entrepreneur in establishing two businesses. Today, he is happy to be able to contribute through volunteer service to his community, nationally and internationally.
Celene Boggs Resong
Celene Resong graduated from St. Joseph's University with a B.S. in Management and received her J.D. from the University of California, Hastings College of the Law. She practiced civil law for more than 15 years with the firm of Stammer, McKnight, Barnum & Bailey, LLP, in Fresno, California where she was a senior partner. She left her litigation practice and relocated to Livermore to focus primarily on her family and community, while maintaining her active status with the California Bar.
Heide Kaseff graduated with a BA from Pomona College and an MBA in Management and Organization from the University of Southern California. She has worked in the Human Resources field in banking and engineering, and now primarily helps start-ups and nonprofits remain compliant with their Human Resources issues.
Paul R. Lynd
Paul Lynd is an employment law attorney, practicing with a law firm in San Francisco. He holds a bachelor's degree from UC Berkeley and a law degree from UCLA. Paul has lived in Livermore for 17 years. He enjoys visiting the parks with his adopted rescue beagle.
Jack Roach earned a degree in history from UCSB in 1966; teaching credentials in History, English and P.E. from San Jose State in 1967; and a masters in school administration from the same institution in 1976. From 1967 through 2004, he worked as a teacher, high school principal, personnel director, and deputy superintendent in the Newark schools. During this time, he also served five years on the Newark Planning Commission.