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Haney Hong is President and CEO of the San Diego County Taxpayers Association. Additionally, he is a Navy Reserve Lieutenant Commander in command of a submarine maintenance unit in Point Loma, and he is also an adjunct Lecturer in Management at the University of San Diego School of Business and an adjunct professor at the United States Naval War College. Haney is focused on robust citizenship engagement and firmly believes that such engagement is the first line of defense against internal and external threats to a healthy democratic society.
Haney also owns HDH & Associates, Inc., a management consultancy focused on responsible strategic planning and change management. Prior to starting his consulting firm, he served on active duty in the United States Navy for approximately seven years. He served aboard USS Topeka (SSN 754) and deployed to the Western Pacific. Ashore, he was the Flag Lieutenant and Executive Assistant to the Commander, Navy Recruiting Command, from 2007-2008 before serving for two years in the Office of the Secretary of the Navy at the Pentagon, where his portfolio spanned a range of policy, strategy, and budgetary issues for the Department of the Navy.
Haney is a deeply committed volunteer to institutions that promote public service. He is Chairman Emeritus of the Stanford Military Service Network and the Chief Executive Officer of the Harvard Kennedy School Community of San Diego. He serves on the Advisory Council of AshokaU, an enterprise within Ashoka: Innovators for the Public, and the Advisory Council for the University of San Diego Changemaker Challenge. He is a Director with the Alfred and Jean Friendly Foundation and a member of the National Navy Reserve Policy Board, a Congressionally-mandated advisory body to the Secretary of the Navy on reserve policy matters.
Haney graduated with an engineering degree from Stanford University in 2003 and Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government in 2012. He was a Consulting Associate Professor for Stanford University’s Bing Stanford in Washington program from 2008-2010. Additionally, he was an International and Global Affairs Fellow at Harvard’s Belfer Center for Science and International Studies and a Dukakis Fellow in the Office of the Governor of New York. He is a recipient of the Stanford Associates Award of Merit, and he was selected as part of the Top 40 Under 40 Military Class of 2011. He was the Navy’s recipient in 2010 for the Federal Asian Pacific American Council Military Meritorious Service Award. The San Diego Regional Economic Development Corporation featured Haney in “Today’s and Tomorrow’s Leaders of San Diego” at their 50th Anniversary dinner in 2015, and he received LEAD San Diego’s Herbert G. Klein Memorial Award for Exemplary Leadership in 2014. He has received various other personal and unit decorations as a military officer.
Haney and his wife, Lauren, live in downtown San Diego, California.
Rosey is thrilled to be a part of the SDCTA team and is enjoying learning all the inner workings of the organization. During her undergraduate career, Rosey developed a passion for nonprofit administration and development. She loves her work at SDCTA, because she is able to combine this passion with her educational background in political science. As a recent UCSD International Studies-Political Science B.A., she is particularly looking forward to engaging students in local politics and sharing SDCTA’s work with young voters.
Rosey lives in Ocean Beach with her best friend, but will always call the San Francisco Bay Area home.
Megan graduated with a degree in Economics and Political Science from the University of California, Los Angeles in 2015. Before joining the team at SDCTA, she interned in the Los Angeles field office of Senator Dianne Feinstein and the UCLA Burkle Center for International Relations.
Originally from Orange County, Megan currently lives in Mission Valley and is looking forward to getting involved in the San Diego community.
Cameron recently graduated from the University of California, San Diego where he studied Political Science-Comparative Politics (B.A.) and Business. His experience as an official representative for UCSD and numerous other campus organizations shaped his desire to work on outreach strategies for a political non-profit. He is excited to help fulfill the Association's mission and enhance its already strong media presence.
Cameron was born and raised in Silicon Valley, but he has enjoyed his San Diego experience so much it has become his home for the foreseeable future.
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