Cristiano Amon

Mr. Cristiano Renno Amon has been President of QUALCOMM Inc. since January 04, 2018. Mr. Amon served as the President of Qualcomm CDMA Technologies and served as its Executive Vice President since November 19, 2015 until January 2018 and served as its Co-President of Qualcomm CDMA Technologies since June 2012. Mr. Amon served as an Executive Vice President of Qualcomm Technologies, Inc., at QUALCOMM Incorporated since October 2012 until November 2015. He was responsible for the oversight of all activities related to Qualcomm’s semiconductor business within the mobile and computing segment. During Amon's 18-year tenure, his leadership is instrumental in driving revenue growth in the core business and the expansion into adjacent areas. He served as Co-President of Qualcomm Mobile & Computing at QUALCOMM Incorporated since June 2012. He has provided exceptional leadership in expanding QCT's product roadmap - positioning Qualcomm as the industry leader in mobile technology; successfully building the chipset strategy and business in China, establishing Qualcomm's position in this critical region; and developing deep and strategic customer relationships critical to its long-term success. He began his career at Qualcomm in 1995 and served as Senior Vice President of Product Management at QCT, managing the company’s wireless chipset portfolio. While at Qualcomm, he was also the Chief Technical Officer of Vésper. He joined Qualcomm in 1995 as an engineer and throughout his tenure held several other technical and leadership roles. He served with NEC and Ericsson. He served as Vice President for Technology at VeloCom, Inc. Mr. Amon holds a B.S. degree in Electrical Engineering from UNICAMP – Universidade Estadual de Campinas, São Paulo, Brazil.

David Engblom

High-performing banker that brings extensive market expertise, with more than 22 years’ experience in the banking industry.  Prior to joining First Citizens Bank, he served as Area Manager of Orange/San Diego County  for a well-known regional bank.  He has a demonstrated track record of strong business development growth, to include footprint, assets and liabilities.  Mr. Engblom has served in management roles at Citibank, Cal Fed, and Glendale Federal bank.  Mr. Engblom attended the University of Arizona, has served in board leadership roles with Palomar College, Junior Achievement of San Diego, and Habitat for Humanity.   Active in the community, he served as a board member of the Boys and Girls club of San Marcos  and is involved with several local philanthropic organizations including Rotary and Red Cross.  Mr. Engblom is married and has two children and when not attending his children’s sporting events he enjoys fishing and playing golf.   

Ray Drasnin

Ray Drasnin is a veteran public relations professional with more than three decades of agency experience and a strong entrepreneurial background. In 1989, Drasnin founded Drasnin Communications, a national public relations firm based in San Diego, and in 2002 launched Foundation Makers, a marketing firm targeting professional athletes. In 2015, Drasnin opened the doors to Purple Penguin PR, an entirely new type of PR Agency built on promoting "feel good" stories. Drasnin has been nominated for Ernst & Young’s Entrepreneur of the Year and Brooks Brothers’ Man of the Year.  His highly awarded agencies have served Debbi Fields of Mrs. Fields Cookies, American Express, General Electric, Eisenhower Medical Center, Hang Ten, Ken Blanchard, DC Shoes and others. Drasnin has served on a number of boards including the Salvation Army, the Young Entrepreneurs Organization, San Diego Wholesale Credit Association, the San Diego Executives Association, the Black Mountain Ranch Community Association and the San Diego Harbor Police Foundation.  A frequent speaker at marketing seminars, universities, business groups and associations, he contributes by sharing his experiences with others to encourage and publicize socially conscious businesses. Drasnin lives in San Diego with his wife and 14-year-old twins.

Eric Fink

Eric Fink, is the Director of Rooms of the 1,628 room, world-class Manchester Grand Hyatt San Diego. With 13 years of management experience within Hyatt Corporation, and 18 years in the hotel industry, Fink has overseen on-site teams at Hyatt properties throughout the United States including Arizona, California and Texas.

Fink has been an actively involved business leader in each property and community that he has worked and lived. He is an active member of Hyatt Thrive, assisting with creation of events, being involved in the planning process and advocating participation. He has served countless communities service
hours while also being a strong leader and mentor to his teams. Additionally, he serves as a Mentor of the Hyatt Calibrate Mentorship program, guiding Executive Committee members new to their role. Well deservingly, Fink was nominated in 2018 for the Hyatt Leadership Award for all Hyatt Hotels in North America.

Bo Reed
Dan Hom

Dan Hom has more than 20 years of community involvement, business experience and international expertise. As the President of Focuscom, his responsibilities include managing and providing strategy for clients, and driving business development. Dan has significant experience with various communities in San Diego County. Over the years, Dan has raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for organizations like the Chula Vista Police Foundation, San Diego Hospice, the Risen Project, the San Diego Asian Film Foundation, and the Asian Business Association. He was also a board member of two privately held corporations, each with revenues exceeding $10 million annually.

Born and raised in San Diego, Dan is a community relations expert and his community connections continue to stretch across a wide range of areas and industries. Dan studied political science at San Diego State University with a minor in Mandarin Chinese studies. He currently lives in the city of Chula Vista with his wife, Lisa, and their daughter, Audrey.

Bo Reed

Bo Reed is Senior Corporate Counsel with Solar Turbines Incorporated, a subsidiary of Caterpillar Inc.  Bo has been with Caterpillar since 1998, and with Solar in San Diego since 2003.  During his 21-year career with Caterpillar/Solar, Bo has had several different roles/responsibilities in different locations, and has extensive experience with international business transactions, asset-based lending/leasing, regulatory compliance, government affairs/trade policy, and commercial litigation.  Prior to joining Solar in San Diego, Bo worked for Caterpillar Financial in Nashville, Miami, and Singapore (as Lead Counsel for the Asia Pacific region). Bo is also an Adjunct Professor of Law at the University of San Diego School of Law, and previously served as the Executive Chair of the San Diego & Imperial District Export Council, on the Board of former World Trade Center of San Diego, and as a volunteer with Casa Cornelia. Prior to joining Caterpillar, Bo was with the law firm of Moore & Van Allen in Charlotte, North Carolina, and a foreign intern with a law firm in Mexico City.  Bo received his J.D. in 1993 from the University of Virginia in Charlottesville, Va., and his B.S. in Finance in 1987 from Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge, La. Bo is married with two teenage daughters, and enjoys surfing, traveling and spending time with his family.

James Cathey

James Cathey is senior vice president and president of Global Business for Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. In this role, Cathey has an overall responsibility for all regional activities, including business development, operations, distribution channels, carriers and sales, as well as assisting Qualcomm with in-country relationships.


Previously, Cathey was president of Qualcomm’s businesses in Asia Pacific and India and he led all business and operations functions for Qualcomm in these regions. Cathey’s prior roles were president of Qualcomm’s operations in Japan, and country manager in Taiwan where he was responsible for leading the global business development of Qualcomm MEMS Technologies (QMT) stationed in Taiwan, including product management, operations, applications engineering, management of the fab construction, technical product marketing and marketing communications.


Prior to joining Qualcomm Technologies, Inc., Cathey served as an executive at Micron Technology and MicroDisplay, as well as the head of Investor Relations for PixTech. He also has provided strategic business consulting services to companies such as DuPont Display, DuPont PhotoMask and Applied Materials.


Cathey holds seventeen patents and is on board of directors at CTIA. Cathey earned a Bachelor of Business Administration in marketing from Boise State University

Stacy Slagor

Stacy Slagor has guided multiple successful fundraising campaigns at universities and nonprofit organizations over the past 20 years. Currently, Stacy is the director of major gifts at California State University San Marcos and leads the development of comprehensive fundraising strategies for the College of Business Administration and College of Education, Health and Human Services. Stacy has a bachelor's in English and American literature with a concentration in writing from New York University.

Earl Wong

25-year private equity veteran in entertainment, technology and real estate.  Current Chief Investment Officer for Spirit Global Investment Advisors, a boutique investment banking firm bridging relationships between the U.S.A. and China. Previous roles include Franchise Finance of GE Capital and Wells Fargo Capital Investments.   Previous or current roles serving non-profit boards and executive committees include the City of San Diego’s Consolidated Block Grant Development Commission, the Mayor’s Asian Pacific Islander Advisory Committee and the Boy Scouts of America.

Jeffrey Wohler

Jeff has been a success-oriented professional with 40 years of progressively responsible management experience including 30 years at the Presidential and Chief Executive Officer level.  Some of his areas of expertise include budget and financial planning, marketing analysis, risk assessment, and corporate team development. He has owned and/or operated multiple corporations, including a publicly traded company, in industries to include water remediation, export trading with offices in fourteen countries, and offshore shipping.  Jeff has also acted as a consultant to a single multi-billionaire client for over thirty years.  This engagement centers on solutions oriented problem solving for his clients diverse portfolio of companies. Early in his career Jeff was a special agent with the U.S. Treasury Department. He has served on the boards of many non-profits to include the YMCA of San Diego County, Bring Me A Book Foundation, and Palomar College Foundation.  In addition to being a third degree black belt in karate, he has been associated with horses for over fifty years in the areas of western competition, team penning, and western versatility.

San Diego Harbor Police Foundation, Inc. is a 501(c)3 Nonprofit EIN: 83-3054768