100 Women Wall of Honor
About100 Women Wall of Honor

Camille Anthony Haney

Camille Haney (BS 1969 Retailing) credits the School of Human Ecology with providing her a solid background for an extensive consumer-focused career; beginning in the Wisconsin Attorney General’s Office of Consumer Protection and then through her own public affairs firm serving Fortune 500 clients. She served on the White House Consumer Advisory Council, the Council of Better Business Bureaus, and as a delegate to two White House conferences, one on small businesses and the second focusing on aging. She was elected president of the Society of Consumer Affairs Professionals in Business. Her membership on corporate boards forced her to “lean in” to learn more about retailing, banking and insurance. She later served as Special Assistant to Tommy Thompson, Secretary of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, working on issues pertaining to women’s health. Always a loyal Badger and a passionate advocate of the university and Human Ecology, Camille was a founding member of SoHE’s Board of Visitors. She was recognized with an Outstanding Alumni Award. In addition to her service to SoHE, she also served on the Wisconsin Alumni Association Board. Camille’s annual leadership gifts and her 100 Women bequest support areas of “greatest need.”