CHAIR First VP Wealth Management UBS Financial Services, Inc. Member Since 2010
Chris has more than 35 years of finance industry experience. He previously held positions at Credit Suisse, Lehman Brothers, JPMorgan Chase and Hambrecht & Quist. Chris has served on the Business Development Council, College of Business at San Francisco State University since 2008. He has also volunteered with American Corporate Partners as a mentor to military veterans transitioning to the corporate sector and has served as a member of the Pacific Stock Exchange Ethics & Business Conduct Committee. As a San Francisco native, Chris views his role on the Compass board as a meaningful way to improve the lives of homeless families and build a stronger, more supportive community.
VICE CHAIR Community Volunteer Member Since 2014
After a career in advertising account management, Alison is a small business owner and book group moderator with Literary Masters, which organizes, curates and moderates book groups for parents, children and adults. She is also a founding board member of Taking Out Toxo, a nonprofit devoted to finding a cure for toxoplasmosis, as well as an owner of Petrali Wines, a small winery which donates 100% of its proceeds to Taking Out Toxo. Before joining the Compass board, Alison co-chaired Compass’ Centennial Celebration and Campaign. She strongly believes that Compass’ approach of housing plus deep support services will allow her adopted hometown of San Francisco to reduce and eventually eliminate family homelessness.
TREASURER Accountant/Managing Partner Daoro Zydel & Holland Member Since 1990
Bob is a Founding Partner of DZH Phillips, with extensive experience in audits, reviews, compilations and tax planning, strategic planning, and succession planning. His expertise also includes management consulting and advisory assistance, involving forecasting, budgeting, business planning, and financing. Bob currently serves as the treasurer at Fort Mason Center for Arts and Culture, and is a past treasurer of the Educational Foundation of Orinda. Bob joined the Compass board to help provide lasting solutions for homeless San Francisco families.
SECRETARY Community Volunteer Member Since 2000
With over 20 years of commercial banking experience, Doug began as a financial analyst, and then assumed roles in product management for deposits and cash management services. Eventually, he was responsible for marketing to commercial clients with over $2B in assets. Doug also has been an entrepreneur, co-founding two successful businesses. Doug serves on the board because he believes that every child deserves a safe and stable home.