Boston Chauffeur Driven Show
Thursday, June 20, 2019

AAMA Chief Administrative Officer Godfrey LeBron Alexandria, Va. — On December 21, the Asian American Motorcoach Association (AAMA) announced the appointment of Godfrey LeBron as Chief Administrative Officer to head up the newly established organization.

“We are pleased to announce the AAMA Board of Directors’ most recent decision to appoint Mr. LeBron,” said AAMA President David Wang of Eastern Coach. “Asian-American operators have worked closely with Mr. LeBron in recent years, assisting operators with driver training and regulatory compliance.

The objectives of AAMA are:

• To promote the protection for and advancement of its members;
• To assist members in understanding and complying with federal, state, and local laws and regulations in a format that can be understood;
• To advocate and promote equality and uniformity among members relative to legislative and regulatory action;
• To advocate and promote cooperation among members and other motorcoach-related organizations; and,
• To provide a forum for the exchange of ideas and best practices among its members through conferences, educational programs, and social activities.

“The AAMA Board is certain that Mr. LeBron’s extensive knowledge and dedication to the industry will assist AAMA Board of Directors to create a vibrant and exciting organization,” said Wang.

LeBron is the former longtime co-owner of Paradise Travel. He has previously served as the president of the Bus Association of New York, Chairman of the United Motorcoach Association, having served on their Board of Directors for nearly two decades. He is nationally recognized for his expertise in driver training, regulatory compliance and Americans with Disabilities Act compliance.

“This is an exciting opportunity for me,” said LeBron.

The AAMA recently held its inaugural meeting December 15 near Washington, D.C., where it is also planning to host its first full-membership meeting in April.

LeBron can be reached at godfrey@asianamericanma.org.


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