Board of Directors

Marvin Riley
President and Chief Operating Officer
EnPro Industries, Inc.

Stephen E. Macadam
EnPro Industries, Inc.

David L. Hauser
Former Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
FairPoint Communications

Thomas M. Botts
Retired Executive Vice President, Global Manufacturing
Shell Downstream Inc.

Felix M. Brueck
Director Emeritus
McKinsey & Company, Inc.

Bernard Burns, Jr.
Former Managing Director
McGuire Woods Capital Group

Diane C. Creel
Retired Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and President
Ecovation, Inc.

Adele M. Gulfo
Chief of Commercial Development
Roviant Sciences Ltd.

John Humphrey
Former Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer
Roper Technologies, Inc.

Kees van der Graaf
Former member of the board and executive committee
Unilever NV and Unilever PLC

Corporate Governance Guidelines

EnPro has implemented and is committed to best-practice corporate governance guidelines. We have set high standards of integrity and accountability for our directors, officers and employees, and we are committed to full disclosure of the company's affairs.

David L. Hauser
Non-Executive Chairman of the Board of Directors

Examples of our commitment to corporate governance include:

  • the Chief Executive Officer should be the only employee who serves as a director subject to exceptions approved by the board of directors—the board of directors approved the exception for the nomination of Mr. Riley for election as a director in contemplation of the transition in the office of Chief Executive Officer to occur at the end of July 2019;
  • a substantial majority of the members of the board should be independent;
  • the board should hold regularly scheduled executive sessions without management present;
  • board members should attend our annual shareholders’ meeting; and
  • the board should annually evaluate its performance and contributions, and those of its committees.

Our Corporate Governance Guidelines also:

  • require any nominee for director in an uncontested election to tender a resignation if a greater number of votes are “withheld” from his or her election than are voted “for” the nominee; and
  • prohibit directors from using EnPro stock in hedging or monetization transactions, including through the use of financial instruments such as exchange funds, prepaid variable forwards, equity swaps, puts, calls, collars, forwards and other derivative instruments.