Luoluo Hong, PhD, MPH, is the vice president for student affairs at San Francisco State University.
Before this appointment, Hong had been at the University of Hawaii at Hilo since 2007, when she was named acting athletic director. She was named vice chancellor in 2008, and from 2010 she had also been a tenured associate professor at the university’s College of Pharmacy.
Although she is best known for her work in sexual assault and other violence prevention, Hong is involved in a wide range of issues in the areas of student life, social justice, women’s health, and leadership.
Weaving in her own life experiences of being a rape survivor and resisting societal discrimination against Asian-Americans, Hong has traveled to campuses and conferences nationwide and has offered nearly 2,000 keynote presentations and training programs for students and professionals.
Hong has spent 16 years in student affairs administration at four different institutions, including seven years as a dean of students at the University of Wisconsin. Before joining the University of Hawaii, Hong had been associate professor of women’s studies and director of the Women’s Resource Center at Arizona State University.
She was appointed to her current position at San Francisco State University on May 1, 2014.