Center for Volunteer & Nonprofit Leadership board members represent a wide range of individuals in the community from both the public and private community. We appreciate their talents and extraordinary contributions of time, energy, resources and dedication to CVNL’s mission, vision and work.
- Chris Osborn, Chair
- Nancy McKenney, Vice-Chair
- David Hofele, Past Chair
- Dave Canny, Secretary
- Rob Devincenzi, Treasurer
- Ken Preston
- Maureen Sedonaen
- Steve Fox
- Judy Wolff-Bolton
- Jeff Boehm
Senior VP/Market Manager, U.S. Bank
Chris is the Senior Vice President and Market Manager in U.S. Bank’s Commercial Real Estate group. Located in San Francisco, his group covers local commercial real estate investors and developers. Previously, Chris spent 16 years in Scotiabank’s Global Banking and Markets division, holding a variety of positions in both San Francisco and New York.
Chris holds an MBA from the University of Notre Dame, a BS from Boston College, and is a CFA charterholder. He is actively involved in youth sports as both a soccer and lacrosse coach.
Chris and his wife, Karen, have three children and have lived in Mill Valley, CA since 2004.
CEO, The Marin Humane Society
Nancy McKenney is in a dream job of being the Chief Executive Officer for the Marin Humane Society (she moved to Marin in March, 2011) and is very used to having pet hair on her clothes. Her career in animal welfare and non-profit management began in 1983 and includes working for the Humane Society for Seattle/King County (22 years), the Petfinder.com Foundation, King County Animal Care and Control (WA) and consulting. She holds a Masters Degree in Not-for-Profit Leadership from Seattle University and a Bachelor Degree (in History) from Brown University. She is a certified animal welfare administrator (CAWA) and currently serves on the board of the Asher Freeman Foundation as well as the CVNL board.
President/CEO, International ProInsurance Associates, LLC
As President and CEO of San Francisco-based ProInsurance, David Hofele is responsible for developing and guiding the firm’s long-term growth strategies which includes cultivating strategic partner and market relationships, recruiting professional talent, and identifying acquisition opportunities for geographic expansion. During his 26 years as an insurance executive, business leader, and corporate attorney, David has gained extensive skills as a team builder, problem solver, and strategic planner. He began his career as an attorney specializing in corporate and business law, taxation and regulatory affairs. In 1995, David joined Savannah-based insurance broker Palmer & Cay to serve as managing partner and general counsel. In 2005 he was named president of HRH Insurance’s (now Willis) West Coast operations. In 2009, David founded ProInsurance Associates and currently serves President and CEO of ProInsurance Holdings, Inc.
A native of St. Louis, David received a B.S. in Accounting from Marquette University, and a Juris Doctorate from Saint Louis University School of Law.
North Bay Division Senior Manager, PG&E
Dave Canny is North Bay Division Senior Manager at Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E), serving Marin and Napa Counties and the communities of Vallejo and Benicia. In this role, Dave leads a cross-functional team of local PG&E leaders to improve collaboration and work execution, as well as to highlight the Company’s community engagement with local customers and community leaders. Dave has been with PG&E since 2006, for much of that time developing and implementing energy efficiency programs with a focus on partnerships, including with water agencies, other program implementers and utilities. More recently, he served as the interim Director of Customer Impact, an organization that that is focused on improving customers’ experience of PG&E’s safety and reliability work in their communities by partnering with internal stakeholders and proactively engaging customers on the short term impact and long term benefits of PG&E’s large capital projects and key initiatives.
Prior to joining PG&E, Dave worked with the Marine Conservation Biology Institute and the National Ocean Service to develop a national network of Marine Protected Areas and is an avid SCUBA diver and photographer. He lives in San Anselmo with his wife and young daughters.
Dave received his Masters of Environmental Policy and Management from Duke University and his BA from Dartmouth College.
Publisher, Marin Independent Journal
Rob was appointed president and publisher of the Marin Independent Journal in 2015. He has worked in media for 23 years, most recently as editor and publisher of a Silicon Valley media group under the same Bay Area News Group brand affiliated with the Marin IJ. He has led digital and legacy media operations in roles such as publisher, editor, social media editor, director of circulation and advertising director. He is a former Business Person of the Year winner and Citizen of the Year finalist in the South Bay.
Rob is a graduate of Santa Clara University, earning a degree in communication with an emphasis in journalism. He is a member of the Rotary Club of San Rafael, serves on the Marin County Office of Education School to Career board, and is a member of the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks.
Rob is a lifelong Bay Area resident. He is married with two sons.
CPA, Bregante + Company, LLP
Ken Preston has been a CPA since 1977 and is a member of the California Society of Certified Public Accountants and the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. Ken holds a Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting from the University of North Carolina. He came to the Bay Area in 1979 from North Carolina and worked in a San Francisco public accounting firm as a manager and then as a partner until 1990. In 1990, Ken joined Bregante + Company LLP as a partner.
Ken works with a wide range of clients and is actively involved with individual, partnership and corporate taxes and tax planning. He also provides audit, review and compilation services to many of the firm’s closely held businesses and nonprofit organizations.
CEO, Habitat for Humanity Greater San Francisco
Maureen Sedonaen is the Chief Executive Officer at Habitat for Humanity Greater San Francisco, and past President and CEO of Goodwill SF – Marin – San Mateo, a leading Social Enterprise and one the largest Anti-poverty organizations in the Bay Area. Maureen is an inspiring leader with a highly successful track record in social impact business in both the Non-Profit and Private Sectors. Prior to Goodwill, Maureen served as Regional Vice President for Revolution Foods and prior to Revolution Foods served as Founder, President and CEO of the national youth non-profit, Youth Leadership Institute. Maureen serves on the Board of Directors for the Agricultural Institute of Marin, The Youth Leadership Institute and the Center for Volunteer and Nonprofit Leadership.
She serves as an advisor to WISE SV, a joint venture, social impact business of Job Train and CALSO. She is an adjunct professor at Dominican University School of Business in the Green MBA program. She completed the Harvard Business School’s Strategic Perspectives in Non-Profit Management and holds an MBA in Strategic Leadership from Dominican University of California. Maureen was recently named as one the 2015 Most Influential Women in Business in the Bay Area.
CFO, Small World Trading Co. (DBA – EO Products)
Steve Fox has more than 25 years of experience helping companies operate more efficiently. He is currently the Chief Financial Officer for EO Products, an all-natural consumer products manufacturer based in Marin County, California. Before joining EO, Steve was the Chief Financial Officer of Zocalo, an international furniture designer and wholesaler. He was the President of Start to Finish, a wholly owned subsidiary of Trek Bicycle Manufacturer where he successfully implemented a corporate turn-around. Steve also spent four years in international operations; two years with Premark International and two years with Fortune Brands. He began his career at Ernst and Young in Chicago.
Fox received his bachelor’s degree in accounting from Northern Illinois University and has taken Executive Management classes at Harvard Business School. He holds a CPA license. Fox is involved in both the local and global community. He is a member of the San Rafael Rotary and is on the board of the San Rafael Chamber of Commerce, the San Rafael Economic Vitality committee, the Center for Volunteer & Nonprofit Leadership and the Marin Forum. He volunteered for 5 years as the Treasurer of the Nepal Youth Foundation which is based in Sausalito. Fox has traveled extensively and performed volunteer work in Kenya, Thailand and the Philippines.
When not helping to save the world from bad personal care products, Fox can be found on the squash courts, the yoga mat, his vintage 1996 Trek carbon fiber or exploring the world with his two amazing sons Aidan and Carter.
Executive Director, Osher Marin Jewish Community Center
Judy Wolff-Bolton has been with the Osher Marin JCC for thirteen years and as Executive Director for the past ten years. Prior to the Osher Marin JCC, Judy was the Executive Director of the East Bay JCC for twelve years and six years as Associate Director for URJ Camp Swig. She attended UCSB and received her BA in Sociology with minor in Religious Studies. Judy is a Bay Area native and resides in Berkeley with her husband and four children.
Executive Director, Marine Mammal Center
Dr. Boehm is passionate about making a difference in environmental conservation. Whether through the communities he works with, the organization he leads, or the policies and practices he influences.
Jeff joined The Marine Mammal Center as its Executive Director in in 2008. He leads more than 65 staff and 1,200+ volunteers in an organization that advances ocean conservation through marine mammal patient care, innovative science, and STEM-aligned education. Work that has never been more relevant.
Previously, Jeff served as the Senior Vice President of Animal Health and Conservation Science at the John G. Shedd Aquarium in Chicago where he worked for 16 years. There, he oversaw the veterinary medical program and led and coordinated the aquarium’s conservation science division, including conservation partnerships, in-house programs, and educational and advocacy programs and partnerships.
Jeff received his bachelor’s degree from the University of California at San Diego and his veterinary medical degree from the University of California at Davis. He is a diplomate of the American College of Animal Welfare.
Residing in Mill Valley, California, Jeff lives with his partner, two children and an ever-changing menagerie of animals.