Hugo Sánchez Márquez, President
Former Professional Soccer Player and Professional Soccer Coach
ESPN Deportes Analyst
Hugo Sánchez Márquez is a retired Mexican professional soccer player and prolific goal scorer known for his spectacular strikes and acrobatic shots. Sánchez is widely regarded as Mexico’s greatest-ever soccer player, and one of the greatest of his generation. In 1999, the International Federation of Football History and Statistics voted Sánchez the 26th best soccer player of the 20th century. In 2004 Sánchez was named in the FIFA 100 list of the world’s greatest living players. He is the fourth highest scorer in the history of Spain’s top division.
Terri Dillon, Vice-President
President, Dillon Realty Executives
Terri Dillon is a well-known broker who owns and operates 3 busy real estate offices, an escrow company and a lending division. She is known for her vast experience in assisting clients and training agents. Dillon has been servicing San Diego’s real estate needs since 1994, where she is consistently ranked in the top 1%.
Ms. Dillon believes and loves to service her community. Realty Executives Dillon is a proud member of 5 different Board of Realtors and as a Broker, Ms. Dillon sits on numerous regulatory and ethics committees. She has held offices as Vice President and serves on the Arbitration Committee. Her brokerage is an approved REO office with lenders and asset managers throughout the nation, serving foreclosures properties.
Along with being involved in the Hugo Sánchez Soccerland Foundation, Ms. Dillon’s passion is animals. She works with rescue groups and is responsible for rehabilitating animals and finding them permanent homes. She particularly enjoys showing her Appaloosa horse in equestrian jumping competition within Southern California.
Terri Dillon is a strong believer in giving back to the community and has developed an outstanding reputation for her ability to lead and problem solve.
Steven W. Haskins, Secretary
Attorney, Haskins & Associates APC
Steve Haskins has been a real estate attorney who specializes in real estate, real estate finance, title and business law matters since 1989 and a licensed California Real Estate Broker for over 22 years. Steve graduated from the University of California, San Diego, in 1985, studied at the Chateau Laval French Language School in Antibes, France, and went on to graduate from University of California Hastings College of the Law in 1989. Steve worked as an associate with the San Francisco firm of Bronson, Bronson & McKinnon and later with San Diego’s Nugent & Newnham before founding his own law firm in 1995.
Elected as a City Councilman for the City of Imperial Beach in 1992, Steve became Deputy Mayor in 1995. He also served as a Director of the Metropolitan Transit Development Board (MTDB) of San Diego from 1992 to 1994, a Director of the Metropolitan Wastewater Authority from 1994 to 1995 and as a Member of the Assessment Appeals Board for San Diego County from 1997 to 1999. Steve was elected as a Trustee of the La Jolla Town Council in March 2003 and Treasurer in April 2004. He has been the President of the La Jolla Town Council since May 2014.
Juan Jose Parcero, MD, Board Member
Director, Center for Heart Studies “Medica Norte”
Juan Jose Parcero-Valdes is the Medical Director at the Center for Heart Studies at “Medica Norte” in Tijuana, Mexico. Valdes has become an expert cardiologist and educator and has led in the battle against cardiovascular disease in Tijuana. He has raised awareness and improved care for those afflicted with cardiac disease.
Raymond C. Weber, Treasurer
Financial Advisor, Hilltop Securities, Inc.
Ray Weber, is a native of Wantagh, New York and a graduate of Wantagh High School and University of Tampa, where he majored in Sociology and minored in Business Administration. In addition to his scholastic pursuits and community involvement, Ray played three sports in High School and continued his soccer playing career into his College years. He was named Captain of both his High School and College Soccer teams.
Ray moved to Houston, Texas, in 1977, where he worked for the North American Soccer League’s (NASL) expansion franchise, the Houston Hurricane and then relocated to San Diego, California in 1978, where Ray worked for three years in a Front Office position with the San Diego Sockers.
In 1984. Ray was hired by Dean Witter, member of the NYSE. He worked the next 29 years in San Diego as a Financial Advisor for Dean Witter-Morgan Stanley. In July 2013, Ray accepted the position of Vice President for Hilltop Securities where he continues to work today.
Ray has been involved in the growth of the sport of Soccer for 5 decades, as a Player, Coach and supporter. He has stayed close to the San Diego Sockers, as well as playing for and coaching his own Recreational team, the Strikerz, from 1991 until retirement in 2014