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The leadership team for the MLOA consists of the organization’s founding members from 2012 with the addition of an Executive Director in 2014.

 

Maurice Brewster, Board President

 Maurice Brewster brings more than 33 years of successful sales, sales management & entrepreneur experience to his position as President/Founder of Mosaic Global Transportation.  Mosaic Global Transportation is an international, minority owned limousine & ground transportation business, with over 300 vehicles in their network worldwide.  They offer service in over 440 cities worldwide.  He also serves as a Board Member of the Northern California Minority Supplier Development Council and Chairman of the Minority Business Enterprise Input Committee.

He has won numerous sales management and salesperson of the year awards.  Along with that accomplishment, Mosaic has been awarded:

  • WebAward Standard of Excellence (A global competition for websites)
  • Silicon Valley's Best Limousine Company in 2006, 2007, 2008 & 2009
  • Silicon Valley's Small Business of the Year Award
  • Silicon Valley's Top 35 Corporate Philanthropist of the Year Award
  • Make A Wish Hero of the Year Award
  • An unprecedented 4 awards for excellence, by the National Limousine Association

Maurice holds a BS Degree in Business, with a Minor in Communications from the prestigious Lincoln University in Pennsylvania, where he graduated with honors.  He continued his studies at UCLA's Anderson School of Management and graduated in 2009.  Maurice is married to Rhonda and has 5 children.


Darrell Anderson, Board First Vice President

Darrell D. Anderson is an accomplished professional with over 30 years of proven success in the transportation industry.  Mr. Anderson acquired A-National Limousine in 1988 and has been the on-site day-to-day manager of the operation since then.  He has operated and managed A-National in City of Atlanta and has provided service to both the public and private sectors. His company has grown to over 50 vehicles comprising limousines, vans, mini-vans, motor coaches, and sedans.

The A-National year-round airline crew transfer service includes over 18 airlines and freight forwarders including Delta Airlines, Federal Express, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, Korean Airlines, Air France, US Airways, Express Jet, Continental, and British Airlines to name a few.

 

As the President of the Georgia Limousine Association (GLA), Mr. Anderson is responsible for leading 50 of the State of Georgia leading limousine companies while seeking industry improvements for over 200 limousine companies. He holds active memberships with The National Limousine Association (NLA) and Georgia Minority Limousine Association (GMLA), in which he is the founder.

In 2007, A-National was the winner of Delta's Supplier Diversity Star Awards, which is presented annually by the company's Atlanta Limo Services Supply Chain Management organization to recognize outstanding supplier partners in the categories of small business, minority-owned business, and women-owned business.

In August of 2011, A-National won the Curbside Management Services contract for Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport for all ground transportation curbside management services at both the domestic and international terminals. A-National is the first African American company to manage and operate curbside service for the World’s busiest airport.


Reginald Tymus, Board Second Vice President

A native of Washington, DC, Reginald, known to many in the industry as "Reggie," founded Capital City Limousine (CCL) in 1986.  Since its inception, CCL has become a trusted provider of transportation services to corporations, private travelers and government agencies in the Washington Metropolitan Area and beyond.

 

Reggie has worn many hats in the livery industry, particularly serving as president of the Washington Metropolitan Limousine Association (WMLA) from 2000 - 2003.  Through his work with the WMLA and the National Limousine Association, Reggie aided in raising the bar for safety and professionalism in the ground transportation industry locally and nationally.

He currently serves as a board member of both the Maryland and Washington DC Limousine Associations and a member in good standing of the National Limousine and Virginia Limousine Associations.

Capital City Limousine continues to provide outstanding service to the Washington Metropolitan Region and has recently expanded into the national market.  CCL is proud to be one of the largest African-American owned limousine companies in the USA.


Travis Latham, Board Treasurer

Travis D. Latham is the founder and President of Fellowship Fleet in Chicago, IL  In addition to
serving as a Treasurer for the Minority Limousine Operators of America, he is a member of the National Limousine Association and the Illinois Limousine Association.


One of Mr. Latham’s passions is economic empowerment of the African American community and minority business development. He is dedicated to helping increase the number of African American owned and operated businesses in the Chicago area as
evidenced by his participation in the Minority Business Enterprise Input Committee’s Advocacy sub-committee. He is an active member of the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc., the Metropolitan Board of the Chicago Urban League, the 100 Black Men of Chicago, and the Chicago Minority Business Development Counsel.

 

Before starting Fellowship Fleet, Mr. Latham gained extensive experience in the information technology industry, working over 15 years with four major software companies. He is a graduate of Illinois State University, where he received a Bachelor of
Science degree in Applied Computer Science.


Ana Regina Goff, Board Secretary

Ana Regina Goff (A Goff) is the namesake and 100% owner of A Goff Limousine & Bus Company based in Virginia. Originally hailing from Recife, Pernambuco, Brasil, Regina arrived in Palm Beach, Florida in 1989 and became a US Citizen in 1997.  She married Dan Goff in 1995 and, in 1999, moved to Charlottesville, VA. There, Ana Regina called on her deep family roots in the automobile business including F3 Kart Racing, Automobile Dealerships, Taxi Service and, of course, Limousines.


Ana Regina founded A Goff Limousine & Bus Company in 2000 and has watched the company grow into a key provider of passenger transportation throughout the Mid-Atlantic region. Today, the company employs nearly 100 people and operates a fleet of over 60 vehicles including motor coaches, minibuses, vans, limousines, SUVs and sedans.

 

A Goff Limousine and Bus Company is one of the largest minority woman-owned transportation companies in the United States, operating the second largest chauffeured fleet in the State of Virginia.  The company serves the entirety of Virginia, in addition to Metro D.C., southwestern Maryland, and into North Carolina. The Starlight Express division offers commuter coach service between Virginia and New York. A Goff has bases of operations in Charlottesville, Richmond, Virginia Beach, Williamsburg, and Washington D.C.


Philip S. Jagiela, Director of Sales and Marketing, Brand Ambassador 

Philip Jagiela brings over thirty years of management experience, specialized knowledge in the development and implementation of transportation initiatives and founding partner in a highly successful livery transportation company serving the Philadelphia region.

 

During his years as an operator in the transportation industry, Philip held various officer positions on the Philadelphia Regional Limousine Association board where he became president of the association. During his tenure as president of the PRLA, he was contracted by the National Limousine Association as Legislative Liaison for State and Local issues as they related to the transportation industry. Serving in this position for four years, he then took over as the Executive Director of this dynamic association. Philip has also been involved as a lay person in politics at the local, state, and federal levels, including extensive work throughout the state of Pennsylvania. 

 

Remaining in the industry, Philip realized the void for Association Management in the transportation industry and thus established PALM Association Management and Consulting. Taking his extensive knowledge and years of experience, Philip serves as the CEO and serves clients from around the country.

Philip also currently serves as Industry and Brand Ambassador for the Chauffeur Driven trade magazine organization.

 

The MLOA does not have a lawyer or lobbyist on retainer but hires professional help as needed.  We do anticipate, with the organization’s growth, an attorney and lobbyist will become necessary members of the MLOA team.

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