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Alison Davis and Ira Ehrenpreis appointed to NACD Northern California Board


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Alison Davis and Ira Ehrenpreis


26 January 2022: SAN FRANCISCO: The NACD Chapter of Northern California, the advocate for the profession of directorship, announces the addition of two new members to its board, Alison Davis and Ira Ehrenpreis.

“Alison brings a deep understanding of finance, technology, and corporate governance to our board,” said Claudia Fan Munce, chair of the Nominations & Governance Committee of NACD Northern California. “Our chapter is dedicated to empowering directors and modernizing governance. Alison’s insights and vision will enhance our chapter’s ability to serve our members’ needs.”

“Alison’s long history of leading innovative and diverse teams will be invaluable to our growing chapter,” said Kim Box, chair of the NACD Northern California Chapter.

“Ira is a thoughtful and passionate leader, bringing decades of experience in corporate leadership. His tremendous insight, knowledge, and passion for advancing board excellence will help bring cutting-edge programming to our members,” noted Ms. Box. 

“We’re excited to welcome Ira to the NACD Northern California Chapter’s Board of Directors, and I know that all of us will benefit from his leadership and expertise. His voice and vision will help make a positive impact in the boardroom,” said Ms. Fan Munce. 


NACD Northern California Chapter provides a forum for NACD members to exchange knowledge and discuss leading boardroom practices. NACD’s 20+ chapters enhance the value of NACD membership by providing directors with a local forum to address governance challenges to elevate their board’s performance. Members enjoy peer-to-peer dialogue about critical boardroom issues such as cyber risk, CEO succession planning, activism, and leadership. To learn more about NACD Northern California, please visit


For more than 40 years, NACD has been on the leading edge of corporate governance, setting standards of excellence that have elevated board performance. NACD arms today’s directors with insights and education that drive their mission forward, while preparing a new generation of boardroom leaders to meet tomorrow’s biggest challenges. NACD is a community of more than 22,000 directors driven by a common purpose: to be trusted catalysts of economic opportunity and positive change—in businesses and in the communities they serve. To learn more about NACD, visit