Ho-Jeong EunManagement Analyst City of Los Angeles
Ho-Jeong Eun is currently a Management Analyst II for the Los Angeles Police Department, as well as a Commissioner for the Los Angeles County DCA. His prior experience includes working as a part of the Olympic Division Transition Team,where he assisted in developing the new 20th division (The Olympic Station). As the Detective Adjutant, he currently serves as an administrative supervisor for the Detectives working the Olympic Division. He has served the LAPD in the past as a Crime Analysis Detail supervisor. He develops crime statistics and advises LAPD management concerning deployment of resources to assist in reducing crime activities in Wilshire area of Los Angeles. Prior to this position, he worked as a tax compliance officer dealing with the regulatory aspects of the Los Angeles Municipal Code. Ho-Jeong serves the community as the chair commissioner for the Los Angeles County Consumer Affairs Advisory Commissioner and as a community ambassador for State Senator Bob Huff, working as a liaison between the offices of elected officials and the community. Ho-Jeong is active in professional and community organizations, including KARA (Korean American Republican Association) where he serves as a vice president and KAGEA (Korean American Government Employees Association) as a past president and current advisor. He writes a monthly column for a weekly Korean magazine called “Koreana News,” which articulates his perspective on many of the Korean-American community’s emerging social and political issues.Ho-Jeong is a graduate of the University of Southern California with a B.A. in Biology and University of Kent in United Kingdom with M.S. in Management Science. He and his wife Hunhwa have been married over three years, and together have a beautiful daughter, Irene.