Mr Lehman has served as President & CEO of a successful international consultancy since 1993. His focus has been on Fortune 50 U.S. companies in the aerospace industry. One assignment, through his leadership and direct involvement, resulted in the sale of $4.6 billion in aircraft sales to three countries. Through his leadership Mr. Lehman has historically been involved in the development of aviation and aerospace markets with an emphasis on logistics, training, aircraft sales, strategic planning, and organization as well as corporate and military scenario planning. He has been a principal consultant to McDonnell Douglas, and Boeing in multiple assignments across both corporations. Mr. Lehman was a vice president of Lockheed and later served as vice president of private industry affairs at the Airports Council International (then AOCI). He left to become the general manager and senior vice president of Mid Pacific Air Corporation (MPAC) an FAA Part 121 U.S. air carrier.
Mr. Lehman’s background in corporate America, spans more than two decades in various line, staff and C-level experience in air carrier management and development of significant programs promoting business development and expansion in New York State. His background also includes providing executive level leadership in airport development focused on involving private industry in building relationships between public and private corporations. His broad management experience includes an assignment as the senior marketing and sales executive for Europe, Africa, the Middle East and India for a major firm based in Rotterdam, The Netherlands.
Mr. Lehman has served on the executive committee and board of directors of the George C. Marshall International Center located in Leesburg, VA and as a founding member of the Greater Washington Aviation Open, a Washington based charity supporting the Corporate Angel Network and The Veterans Airlift Command. He currently sits on the Board of the Anne Stirba Cancer Foundation, in Salt Lake City – an organization with significant ties to the Huntsman Cancer Institute.