Anthony Haley provides strategic advice to corporations and local governments. Haley has worked for 24 years in leading roles in Texas government. He has worked for Republicans and Democrats in the House, Senate, and Supreme Court. Haley began his consulting practice in 2000 and founded HMWK in 2004. His diverse practice includes the areas of health care, energy, legal services, insurance, human services, transportation, municipal affairs, and education.
Prior to public affairs consulting, Haley worked as Vice President for University Relations at Texas Southern University. Anthony has served as Chief of Staff to State Senator Rodney Ellis. Supreme Court Chief Justice Tom Phillips appointed Haley as Director of the Texas Commission on Judicial Efficiency under the chairmanship of Baylor University Chancellor Dr. Herbert Reynolds. He served as Director of a joint House-Senate select committee. Anthony began his policymaking career as State Representative Garnet Coleman’s Chief of Staff.
Haley was an Adjunct Professor at Texas Tech University School of Law, where he taught a course on the legislative process. He guest lectures at the Bush School of Government and Public Service. Anthony has served on the faculty of the UT School of Law Advanced Texas Administrative Law Seminar. He served as Secretary of the Board of Central Health, the Travis County Healthcare District. Haley has also worked on the Boards of KLRU-TV; the New Milestones Foundation; SIMS Foundation; Central Texas African American Family Support Conference; RE: Cancer; Institute for Community, University and School Partnerships; and Center for Civic & Public Policy Improvement. Haley is a member of the Austin Chamber of Commerce.
Anthony is blessed with a son and daughter.