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This article needs references that appear in reliable third-party publications. Primary sources or sources affiliated with the subject are generally not sufficient for a Wikipedia article. Please add more appropriate citations from reliable sources. (December 2010) Roger Haughton (born Walter Roger Haughton on August 27, 1947 in Palo Alto, California) is former CEO and President of PMI (Primary Mortgage Insurance) Group (NYSE:PMI). Roger Haughton currently serves as a community philanthropist in the greater San Francisco Bay Area as well as Tuolomne County, California and is most known for his contributions to Habitat for Humanity International, where he was a board member. Contents 1 Early life and education 2 Career 3 Philanthropy 4 Retirement 5 Notes 6 External links 7 References Early life and education Roger Haughton was born and raised in Palo Alto, CA. Haughton attended the University of California, Santa Barbara and graduated with a business degree in 1969.[1] Career Upon graduation from college, Haughton worked for Allstate as a regional underwriter in national offices in Detroit, Denver, Santa Ana and Menlo Park, California. In 1985 Haughton transferred to PMI Group (acquired by Allstate in 1973) and became the Underwriting Vice President. Haughton became the CEO and President of PMI in 1993 and served until his retirement in 2005. Haughton was responsible for helping his company integrate into the mortgage insurance markets of Australia, New Zealand, the European Union and Hong Kong.[2] Roger Haughton continued to serve with PMI as Chairman of the Board until June 2006. Philanthropy Haughton has a long history of volunteerism. In 1994, he took 6 PMI employees to Eagle Butte, South Dakota to work on a Habitat for Humanity - Jimmy Carter Work Project. That experience lead him to taking a team every year to work on a Habitat for Humanity home until his retirement. He has personally built over 40 houses all over the United States, in Australia, New Zealand and Ireland. In addition to his work with Habitat for Humanity, Haughton has served on the board and was the former chair of Social Compact, a Washington, D.C. organization dedicated to promoting revitalization of America's inner cities. From 1997-2003, Haughton served on the executive committee and board of San Francisco's Bay Area Council and on the board of the National Council of La Raza, the largest Hispanic advocacy organization in the United States.[2] [3] Retirement Haughton now lives in Tuolumne County, CA with his wife Judy Haughton. They both are very active within the surrounding community as philanthropists. Roger Haughton volunteers time on the board of directors for Tony LaRussa's Animal Rescue Foundation (ARF). Haughton is also an advisor for the Tuolunme County division of Habitat for Humanity. His most recent volunteer endeavors include snowplowing, in which he takes time to clear roads and driveways for the elderly and disabled of his area. Haughton is on the board of directors for his alma mater, University of California, Santa Barbara.[3] Notes ^ List of University of California, Santa Barbara people ^ Allman, David. [1] December 1, 2005, accessed October 5, 2010. ^ Haughton, Judy. Personal Interview. 1 December 2010, External links [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] PMI US website References Persondata Name Haughton, Roger Alternative names Short description Businessman; Philanthropist Date of birth August 27, 1947 Place of birth Palo Alto, California, United States Date of death Place of death