There is an avatar of the little hierarchy problem in 3-dimensional supersymmetry. We propose a solution to this problem in Ad3 based on the AdS/CFT correspondence. The bulk theory is a supergravity theory in which U(1) x U(1) R-symmetry is gauged by Chern-Simons fields. The bulk theory is deformed by a boundary term quadratic in the gauge fields. It breaks SUSY completely and sources an exactly marginal operator in the dual CFT. SUSY breaking is communicated by gauge interactions to bulk scalar fields and their spinor superpartners. Since the R-charges of scalars and spinors differ, this generates a SUSY breaking shift of their masses. The Ward identity facilitates the calculation of these mass shifts to any desired order in the strength of the deformation. Moduli fields are massless R-neutral bulk scalars with vanishing potential in the undeformed theory. These properties are maintained to all orders in the deformation despite the fact that moduli couple in the bulk to loops of R-charged fields. [Xi Dong, Yue Zhao, DZF, to appear soon] |