David Haubert, the oldest of six children, was born on a German military base to Harry Haubert, a member of the U.S. Army, and Judy Haubert. After his father served in Vietnam, the Haubert family moved to Southern California where he attended public school, played youth sports, earned the rank of Eagle Scout, had a paper route, and even played the accordion. By working summer jobs through high school, David saved enough money to attend college. He earned an undergraduate degree in Finance from California State University, Northridge and then an MBA from UCLA.
David began his professional career in the food industry where he held sales positions of increasing responsibility, executing marketing tactics and strategic analysis for Nestle Food Company, Pepsi-Co and Safeway. He later founded Trinity Consulting to help small business startups with proof of concept development, sales and marketing plans, and business development.
David’s public service began in 2000 when he volunteered for his daughter’s school as School Site Council Chairman. In 2002, he was elected to the Dublin Unified School District Board of Trustees where he served for 10 years, with 4 of those years in the President and Vice President role. During his tenure at DUSD, David helped build new schools, renovate aging facilities, increase test scores district-wide, and balance the budget each year. David served on the DUSD Board of Trustees until he was elected to the Dublin City Council in 2012. In 2014, David was elected Mayor of Dublin, during his tenure as Mayor, David balanced the city budget for six consecutive years and built up reserves for the rainy-day fund, all without cuts to service. David is also proud to have brought more than 750 new jobs and 150 new businesses to Dublin. Additionally, David helped add six new community parks, including a state of the art Aquatics Center, build two much-needed school sites in the Dublin Unified School District, and preserve over 1,750 acres of open space.
After serving as the Mayor of Dublin for 6 years, David Haubert was elected on November 3, 2020 to become the 14th Alameda County Supervisor, Representing the First District since the County was established in 1885.
David Haubert was sworn into Office on 1/3/2021 and began his service the next day!
David serves on many Regional / County Boards, Committees and Commissions, for a full list of Supervisor Haubert’s Committees please click here.
David and his wife, Michele, have been married for 29 years and are the proud parents of three daughters, Katelyn, Karissa, and Courtney.