Mr. Ehrlich is chair of Novare Technologies, Inc., a Hong Kong-based software development company that serves the banking, telecom and retail industries. A former UCLA student body president, Ehrlich founded a mobile phone and services provider. Since then he has served in leadership positions with several companies in the cable and satellite television and telecommunications industries in Asia. Ehrlich is a member of the UCLA/Peking University Joint Research Institute Advisory Committee and founding chairman of the Center for Global Management at the UCLA Anderson School of Management. He earned a bachelor’s degree in political science and currently sits on the UCLA Foundation Board of Directors.

Mr. Ehrlich also established the Craig Ehrlich Fellowship at the UCLA Anderson School of Management, awarded annually to one or two MBA candidates from mainland China, Hong Kong, or Taiwan. The scholarships are granted to students who are likely to utilize their UCLA education as well as their experience of American culture in their country of origin.