Adam Langsbard, president and CEO of America’s Automotive Trust (AAT), announced his resignation today. He is stepping down for personal and family reasons and returning home to Los Angeles, according to a statement released by AAT.
“Adam came to us with a successful and diverse track record of elevating many different types of enterprises,” AAT Chairman Corry McFarland said in the statement. “During his brief time at AAT, he provided leadership and expertise that will stay with us long after he departs.”
AAT is a not-for-profit corporation headquartered in Tacoma that aims to “ secure America’s automotive heritage and to transfer the skills and knowledge necessary for the future of collector vehicles and the enthusiast community for generations to come.”
The organization consists of four founding members: LeMay — America’s Car Museum, Club Auto, the RPM Foundation, and the Concours Club.
While AAT searches for a new CEO, the organization’s current senior vice president, Paul E. Miller, will take over leadership duties.
“Paul has been an integral leader of The Trust since its inception and was the first board Chairman of Lemay – America’s Car Museum,” McFarland said. “We’re proud to have Paul step in to lead The Trust during this time.”