Allegiant Giving | Mark Haney

Mark Haney

Currently the Chief Dreaming Officer of HaneyBiz and host of Entrepreneurs Unlimited, Mark previously served as President and CEO of Northern Video Systems, Inc., a national distributor of security and surveillance components from 1992-2010. Prior to the acquisition of Northern, he was Chairman and CEO of Placer TV, Inc., a regional chain of retail video stores.

Over the last 25 years, Mark has directed a range of successful construction and real estate ventures and co-founded a hand-full of thriving businesses in the security industry.Currently he serves on various company boards such as Region Business and Entrepreneurs Organization.

Raised in Roseville, Mark married his wife Stacey in 1985, and has two grown children as well as a new grandchild. For several years, he enjoyed coaching competitive sports including football and baseball. Beyond his family, Mark is committed to specific meaningful causes and to furthering the betterment of the local community. “Whether in business, athletics, or post-military service, Stacey and I believe in helping individuals discover their strengths and realize opportunity. As they succeed, we succeed.”

Allegiant Giving | Jason Cardinet

Jason Cardinet
Financial Governance & CFO

Jason is a Partner with the accounting firm, Gallina, LLP and former Managing Tax Director for Sacramento Deloitte & Touche having a Master’s Degree in Taxation. Over 25 years, he has consulted with some of the most prominent companies in Northern California. Jason volunteers with Boy Scouts of America, Lincoln Youth Soccer and is a former elected School Board Trustee. Jason and his wife, Joan, have 5 sons and reside in Newcastle. Their son, Garrett, is enlisted in the Army. Jason enjoys riding the family tractor, tearing up soil, and moving large objects.

Allegiant Giving | Stacey Haney

Stacey Haney
Community Relations

Both Placer County natives, Stacey and Mark Haney married in 1985. Since then they raised their two children, Ashley and Marcus in Roseville. Mark and Stacey have three grandchildren – Riley, Rocco and Hunter.

Stacey was employed by the City of Roseville for twenty-four years and retired in 2012 after serving many years as the City’s Human Resources Director. She obtained her bachelor's and master's degrees in public administration from University of San Francisco.

For many years Stacey had the opportunity to support her children’s participation in youth sports programs in and around Roseville. Through her children’s involvement with youth sports Stacey was able to witness the life’s lessons of discipline, leadership and team spirit that came from their participation. In 2009, Stacey’s son enlisted in the United States Marine Corps, exposing their family to a life they had not known.

​In order to learn more about her son’s enlistment and to support military personnel in their commitment to our country, Stacey joined the Blue Star Moms. Through Blue Star Moms, Stacey became interested in finding ways to reach these heroes on a more personal level. The creation of Allegiant Giving gave Stacey the opportunity to bridge her family’s interest in sports and military service with her desire to give back to the community.


Allegiant Giving | John Henderson

John Henderson
Legal Governance

John Henderson has served as a civil trial lawyer for 27 years in the Sacramento metropolitan areas with an office Granite Bay / Roseville. With a strong interest in community youth sports & education, John has served as a previous president of the Casa Roble Ram Booster Club and as Vice-President of the Rancho De Los Amigos, a non-profit focused on youth music development in Northern California.

John is also the co-founder and past president of the Orangevale Huskies Youth Football and Cheer program. He has been a lifetime sponsor of sports with experience as a wrestling coach and with enrichment programs which include baseball, softball, and football.

John jokes about having one black sheep in the family – a child who graduated as a UC Santa Barbara Gaucho. All other family members as of 2013 were UCLA Bruins. John is a graduate of UOP / McGorge School of Law.

Allegiant Giving | Jerry Wallace

Jerry Wallace
Board Member

Jerry is President & CEO of Swim Chem Inc. in Sacramento and also serves as a Vice-Chairman for the California Pool and Spa Association (CPSA). Married to his wife of 29 years, Tamy, they have two grown adult children, John and Nicole, and two grandchildren.

Over the years Jerry has been very active in youth activities, having served as both an Assistant Scoutmaster and Scoutmaster for Boy Scout Troop 11 in Roseville and coaching in youth recreational leagues for Woodcreek Little League, Roseville Youth Soccer League and Roseville Girls Softball. Jerry is still involved coaching girl’s high school softball and competitive girl’s travel softball where one of his duties is interfacing with college programs to help his athletes get into college via their softball skills.

Alyssa White | Allegiant Giving

Alyssa White
Assistant Controller

Alyssa is a highly skilled CPA with over ten years of experience in public accounting as well as in private industry. She currently serves as the Assistant Controller for Haney Business Ventures, Inc. where she helps provide premium accounting and advisory services for companies from start‐up stage to multimillion dollar established, nationwide enterprises.

Before her current role, Alyssa served as a Tax Manager at CliftonLarsonAllen (CLA), a nationally recognized public accounting firm (previously named GALLINA, LLP). She provided tax compliance and consulting services for a variety of industries including agriculture, manufacturing/distribution, healthcare, and others. Prior to CLA, Alyssa started her career with a Big 4 accounting firm at KPMG LLP in Norfolk, VA and Sacramento, CA.

Alyssa begins by understanding the client’s business, learning about his or her specific goals, and communicating a clear plan for the financial accounting going forward. This allows her to create a more personalized relationship with clients and helps them form a deeper trust with her. She is dedicated to timely, detailed and accurate work without losing site of the overall goals.

Allegiant Giving | Marilyn Robinson

Marilyn Robinson
Administrator & Executive Team

Marilyn is a placer county native growing up in Auburn and currently lives in Newcastle with husband Kurt since 1986. They were married in 1987 raising their three children Trevor, Karla and Kristen in the Loomis area. Marilyn and Kurt met at Intel where they each worked as Executive Managers for over 20 years.

They took the opportunity to leave the corporate world in 2001 and focused on giving back to the community. They were board members on Loomis Soccer Club, Capital Thunder Ice Hockey and Marilyn managed the Del Oro Student Store and chaired Safe and Sober Grad Night for 6 years. Together in 2007 they established the nonprofit Sierra Foothills Lacrosse Club and grew the love of lacrosse for 6 years.

They are now giving back to the business world through helping with strategic planning, product development, organizational development, process improvement and personal development. Marilyn continues with her passion of coaching students through her role as Director of SmartConnect.


Allegiant Giving | Joseph Sinner

Joseph Sinner
Fundraising & Executive Team

Joe is a native Californian and has been a resident of South Placer County for 23 years. He is married to his wife of 35 years, Melanie, and together they have three children and one grandchild.

Joe became interested in veterans causes after seeing friends returning from Vietnam with various injuries and mental health complications. Additionally he is a member of the VFW and American Legion along with being a long term supporter of Paralyzed Veterans of America.

Allegiant Giving | Richard Botkin

Richard Botkin
Veteran Mentoring Program

A former Marine Corps infantry officer (active service with 2nd Battalion, 7th Marines and 1st Reconnaissance Battalion), Richard Botkin served 15 years of combined active and reserve duty.

Rich and his wife have been married for 32 years and they have two adult sons. He is also the author of the book “Ride the Thunder—A Vietnam War Story of Honor and Triumph.” The book is currently on the Commandant’s Reading List.

Since 1998 Rich has been involved in annually leading short-term dental / medical missions to Cambodia where they work with Agape International Missions—an organization dedicated to ending the sexual trafficking of young children—and other in-country Christian missionaries to provide basic relief for the poor and hurting of that country.

In addition to the notion of aiding those who have selflessly served our nation, Botkin subscribes completely to the Allegiant Battle-concept of not just giving assistance to our veterans, but helping them to become the successful, productive members—and business LEADERS–of society they were created to be. He refers to the old proverb: “Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day. TEACH a man to fish and you feed him for life.” This idea and model—combining entrepreneurial opportunities with strategic mentoring-brought to the table by Mark Haney, is something which will not only resonate with the veterans we intend to serve, but also the larger American public which will support and bless these efforts.

Allegiant Giving | Todd Flowers

Todd Flowers
Fundraising & Board Member

Allegiant Giving board member and Placer County businessman, Todd Flowers has dedicated himself to giving back. Todd has coached youth sports in this area for 20+ years while successfully building multiple businesses. Todd has been married for over 27 years and has raised four fantastic children who all share the same positive values. Todd understands the principles that can be learned from kids participating in youth sports and how it can change their lives forever.

Todd has always been extremely patriotic, however he is quoted as saying, “I really didn’t understand what real patriotism was until my son-in-law and nephew, who both served this country as Marines, returned home from battle with multiple injuries. This opened my eyes to the real world of what these wounded veterans truly have to deal with and I want to do anything I can to help.”

Allegiant Giving | Greg Van Dusen

Greg Van Dusen
Board Member

Greg Van Dusen founded Van Dusen Strategies in 1994, following a career of 20 years serving in a variety of executive positions related to managing and marketing professional sports teams and facilities. Greg was active in the negotiations to purchase the Kansas City Kings and their relocation to Sacramento. He served as an Executive Vice President of the Kings and ARCO Arena for many years, with his focus on running all aspects of the arena’s operations.

Greg has coached more than 30 seasons of youth baseball, basketball and soccer. He is a proud father of three sons, Adam, Brett and Kyle, and is thrilled to have five grandchildren. Greg is a United States Army veteran, having served in Vietnam as a Vietnamese language specialist with the Army Security Agency. Currently Greg serves on the Deacon Board and is leading the Military Outreach Ministry at Bayside Church.

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