Craig R. Lentzsch
Craig R. Lentzsch is chairman of All Aboard America! Holdings, Inc. Most recently he held the position of commissioner of the National Surface Transportation Board Infrastructure Financing Commission. He was formerly the vice chairman of American Bus Association, as well as the chairman and chief executive officer of KBUS Holdings, LLC, and its principle operating company, Coach America. Coach America is the premier provider of ground transportation and travel services in 20 markets in the major cities in the western half of the United States. Lentzsch led Greyhound Lines, Inc. from November 1994 to June 2003 as its president and chief executive officer. In March 1999, upon the acquisition of Greyhound by Laidlaw, Inc., he assumed responsibility for Greyhound Canada as well. Combined revenues reached $1.2 billion with 16,000 employees. Lentzsch is a 25-year veteran of the bus transportation industry. He previously served as vice chairman and executive vice president of Greyhound from 1987 to 1989, and he served as executive vice president and chief financial officer of Phoenix-based Motor Coach Industries International, Inc., the largest manufacturer of intercity coaches and transit buses in North America, from 1992 to 1994. Lentzsch is a graduate of the Georgia Institute of Technology and the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School. He participates on the board of directors of Gray Line Worldwide and the American Bus Association.