Chatham business leader named to TBJ's '40 Under 40' list


Chris Ehrenfeld (C) and Jill Ehrenfeld (R) with Superior Court Judge Carl Fox (L) at a 2015 Delete Blood Cancer fundraiser. Photo by Beth Sweeting.

Raleigh, NC - Chris Ehrenfeld, owner of two Governors Village businesses (Bold Construction and Domicile Realty), was recently awarded the Triangle Business Journal's 2015 '40 Under 40 Leadership Award'. The recipients of the award will be honored at a June 24 luncheon and profiled in the June 24 print edition of the TBJ.

In addition to owning several Chatham County businesses, Ehrenfeld serves as the Chair of the Chatham EDC (Economic Development Corporation), the Chair of the CEF (Chatham Education Foundation) and as the Vice President for Resource Development, Member at Large (Chatham) for the Central Carolina Community College Foundation.

His mother, Jill Ehrenfeld, co-owner of Governors Club Realty says, "I am so proud of my son Chris and his fellow award winners. The group has teamed up to build a home for Habitat for Humanity, and have set a lofty goal of raising funds to build a home in Wake County. Please help me honor Chris and thank him for all of the hard work he's done for our community by contributing to this worthy cause."

To make donations to this effort, visit www.habitatwake.org/donate/40under40 and enter Chris Ehrenfeld in the honor field.

Read the original article at ChathamPost.com.

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