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Meet William Hauck (of Golden Pacific Bank / Blue Shield of California / California State University / California Forward / Goddard Claussen )

Golden Pacific Bank Profile of Director William Hauck:

“William Hauck is the Senior Advisor at Goddard Claussen/West. Based in the firms Sacramento office, he provides strategic counsel to its clients. He recently retired as President and CEO of the California Business Roundtable. In that capacity, Mr. Hauck is responsible for all operations of the organization. The Roundtable was created to provide policy leadership at the state level regarding the maintenance of a sound economy and business climate in California and is composed of the chief executive and senior operating officers of major corporations doing business in the state.

Bill Hauck most recently served as President and CEO of the California Business Roundtable. Hauck led the organization from 1996 to 2011. Prior to that, he held a number of executive positions in state government including Deputy Chief of Staff to Governor Pete Wilson, Chief of Staff to two Assembly Speakers and Director of the Assembly Office of Research. Mr. Hauck also chaired the state’s Constitution Revision Commission (appointed by Governor Pete Wilson) and served as Co-Chair of the California Performance Review Commission (appointed by Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger).

Mr. Hauck currently serves as a member of the Board of Trustees of the California State University system where he chairs the board of directors’ finance committee. He served as Chairman of the Board of Trustees from 1998 to 2000. Mr. Hauck also serves on the board of directors of Blue Shield of California, where he chairs the nomination and governance committee, and serves on the finance and investment and compensation committees.”

 Source: http://www.yourbankingsolution.com/about-us/management.html

 

TLR Notes:

1. In addition to Mr. Hauck, also serving as directors at Golden Pacific Bank are CaliforniaALL’s Pat Fong Kushida, Richard Claussen, and Donna Lucas — who may have abruptly quit recently)

2. Golden Pacific Banks does not mention Hauck’s involvement with California Forward.

3. Ally of MTO’s Jeffrey Bleich vis a vis California State University.

 

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CSU Profile:

William Hauck

Chair (1998-2000), Board of Trustees
Vice Chair (1996-98), Board of Trustees
Member, Board of Trustees (1993-2017)
The California State University

Mr. Hauck joined Goddard Claussen/West as Senior Advisor in late 2011. Prior to joining GC/West, Hauck served as President and CEO of the California Business Roundtable and was responsible for all operations of the organization. The Roundtable is headquartered in Sacramento and is composed of the Chief Executive and Senior Operating Officers of major corporations doing business in the state. The organization’s mission is to provide policy leadership at the state level regarding the maintenance of a sound economy and business climate in California. He served in this capacity from 1996 to 2011.

Prior to joining the Roundtable Hauck was Executive Vice-President and major shareholder of Information for Public Affairs Inc., a Sacramento based national information services company now owned by Lexis/Nexis. Hauck also has held a number of executive positions in state government including Deputy Chief of Staff to the Governor, Chief of Staff to two Assembly Speakers and Director of the Assembly Office of Research. Hauck also chaired the state’s Constitution Revision Commission (appointed by Governor Pete Wilson) and as Co-Chair of the California Performance Review Commission (appointed by Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger).

Mr. Hauck serves on the Board of Directors of Blue Shield of California. He is currently Chair of the Nomination and Corporate Government Committee and also serves on the Compensation Committee.

Additionally, Hauck is a member of the Board of Directors of the Blue Shield of California Foundation and chairs the Audit Committee.

Mr. Hauck received a B.A. in social science from San José State University (1963).

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California Forward Profile:

Bill Hauck is a senior advisor at Goddard Claussen/West and the former president of the California Business Roundtable, a statewide nonpartisan organization which brings the leadership of California’s top chief executive officers to public policy issues affecting the state’s business climate, economic growth and quality of life.

Mr. Hauck also is a founder, major shareholder and a member of the board of directors of Information for Public Affairs Inc., also known as State Net. State Net maintains a database of legislation introduced in 50 states and Congress.

Mr. Hauck previously served as deputy chief of staff for Governor Pete Wilson and was chairman of the California Constitution Revision Commission. Earlier in his career, he served as chief of staff to Assembly Speakers Bob Moretti and Willie L. Brown, Jr. Additionally, Mr. Hauck was a consultant to the Assembly Committee on Governmental Organization, director of the Assembly Office of Research, and assistant city manager of Palo Alto.

Mr. Hauck serves as a member of the board of trustees of the California State University system, which he chaired for two years, and serves as chairman of the board’s finance committee. He also serves on the board of directors of Blue Shield of California and on the board of the Blue Shield of California Foundation. Mr. Hauck also served on the board of the California Journal, a monthly nonpartisan analysis of government and politics in California.

Source:

http://www.cafwd.org/pages/william-hauck

 

TLR Note:

Also directors are Donna Lucas, CETF’s Sunne McPeak, CCPF’s Stweart Kwoh,

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Blue Shield of California Foundation Profile:

Bill Hauck is Senior Advisor to Goddard/Claussen West, a Sacramento-based highly-regarded public affairs and ballot measure campaign firm.

Mr. Hauck recently stepped down as President of the California Business Roundtable, a statewide, non-partisan organization composed of senior operating officers of California’s leading corporations. He had held the position since November 1996.

Mr. Hauck’s Sacramento-based career has included stints in business and state government. Until its November 2010 sale to Lexis/Nexis, he was a major shareholder and member of the Board of Directors of State Net, a national information services company providing data on legislation introduced in 50 states and Congress.

Mr. Hauck also has served as Chairman of the California Constitution Revision Commission and Deputy Chief of Staff for Governor Pete Wilson. Earlier in his career he served as Chief of Staff to Assembly Speakers Bob Moretti and Willie Brown Jr. More recently, Mr. Hauck served as Co-Chair of Governor Schwarzenegger’s California Performance Review Commission.

Mr. Hauck serves as a member of the Board of Trustees of the California State University system. He chaired the Board from 1998 to 2000. Originally appointed by Governor Wilson, he was reappointed by Governors Gray Davis and Arnold Schwarzenegger and is now serving a third eight-year term. He currently is Chairman of the Board’s Finance Committee.

In addition, Mr. Hauck serves on the Board of Directors of Blue Shield of California and the Board of Trustees of Blue Shield of California Foundation. He also is a member of the Board of Directors of Golden Pacific Bancorp and California Forward.

Mr. Hauck is a graduate of San Jose State University and participated in the CORO Foundation Internship in Public Affairs.

Source: http://www.blueshieldcafoundation.org/about/board/william-hauck

 

 

 

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