Haney Hong

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Haney Hong

Haney Hong
Lecturer in Management

Email | hdhong@sandiego.edu
Phone | (619) 260-7457
Office | Olin Hall 234

    Lecturer in Management

    Haney Hong is Managing Partner at HDH & Associates, LLC, a management consultancy focused on responsible strategic planning and change management. Additionally, he is a Navy Reserve Lieutenant Commander in command of one hundred fifty women and men who provide ordnance logistics support to the Fleet. Prior to his work with HDH & Associates, LLC, Haney 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 the Founder and President 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 Councils of AshokaU, an enterprise within Ashoka: Innovators for the Public, and the University of San Diego Changemaker Challenge. He is a member of the Board of Directors for the Alfred and Jean Friendly Foundation in Washington, DC, and he is Secretary of the Navy Reserve Forces Policy Board. Haney graduated 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. He has received various other personal and unit decorations as a military officer.