Mike Reininger

As President of All Aboard Florida, P. Michael Reininger is responsible for all aspects of business development and delivery for All Aboard Florida  including the rail infrastructure, stations and transit-oriented real estate development, and developing all the operational functions, including the brand and customer service experience. Reininger brings to All Aboard Florida an extensive background in creating and delivering new, large-scale hospitality and transportation businesses and real estate developments.

Prior to joining All Aboard Florida in 2012, Mr. Reininger was managing partner for the Union Station Neighborhood Company in Denver, Colo. where he led the efforts for planning and delivery of the redevelopment of Denver’s Union Station as a model transit-oriented urban center- integrating multiple forms of public transit with new multi-use real estate development.  He also managed the development of several major projects during a 12-year tenure with subsidiaries of The Walt Disney Company, including creation of the Disney Vacation Club, the resort component of Disneyland Paris and the creation of the Disney Cruise Line. Mr. Reininger previously served as Executive Vice President and Chief Development Officer for AECOM and Senior Vice President of Creative Services and Corporate Marketing for the St. Joe Company.

Mr. Reininger holds a Bachelor of Architecture, Design Specialization from Texas Tech University and executive certifications in resort and hotel master planning, financial engineering and business management from Harvard University School of Design, Harvard Business School and Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.

Chief Financial Officer

Heather Enderby

As Chief Financial Officer, Heather Enderby is charged with all financial aspects of All Aboard Florida’s development and operations. Ms. Enderby brings more than 25 years of accounting and financial leadership experience in the private sector, as well as in public accounting.

Prior to joining All Aboard Florida, Ms. Enderby served for 17 years at Ryder System, Inc., a Fortune 500 and NYSE-listed company.  During the last seven years, Ms. Enderby was the Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Ryder’s $4.5 billion Global Fleet Management Solutions Division. Ms. Enderby also served as Senior Vice President of Corporate Finance for MasTec, Inc, a $4 billion NYSE-listed company.  Prior to working with Ryder and MasTec, Ms. Enderby worked for 10 years in audit and consulting for Deloitte & Touche LLP.

Ms. Enderby holds a Bachelor’s of Accounting Science Degree and Honors Degree in Accounting Science from the University of South Africa.

Chief Marketing Officer

Julie Edwards All Aboard Florida CMO Headshot

As Chief Marketing Officer, Julie Edwards is responsible for driving marketing strategy and program innovation for All Aboard Florida and is responsible for all communications and revenue generation for the company.

Ms. Edwards brings more than 25 years of in-depth marketing and branding expertise to the All Aboard Florida team including senior leadership positions with companies focused on hospitality services and products to broad consumer groups. Prior to joining All Aboard Florida, Ms. Edwards worked as a lead consultant for 11 years in the building and rebranding of NAVTEQ, now Nokia, where she assisted in growing the brand. She also worked with numerous blue chip companies and lead cross marketing efforts at leading theme parks and resort brands around the world.

Ms. Edwards holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration from the University of Kentucky.

Ted Hutchins
Chief Information Officer

Ted Hutchins

As Chief Information Officer for All Aboard Florida, Ted Hutchins is responsible for the strategic and operational planning and implementation of IT-related endeavors for All Aboard Florida. This includes all functions of a seamless integrated technology system for All Aboard Florida.

Mr. Hutchins brings more than 20 years of experience managing and overseeing the information and operational functions of major airlines. Prior to joining All Aboard Florida in March of 2014, Mr. Hutchins served as Vice President of Technology at Porter Airlines, in addition to an 11-year stint at AirTran Airways as Senior Director and Chief Technologist. During his tenure at AirTran, Mr. Hutchins was responsible for overseeing and streamlining various aspects of the airline’s operations, including managing the IT team, creating and implementing new technological advancements and IT disaster recovery plans, developing and sustaining partnerships, as well as managing an operating budget of $32 million. 

Mr. Hutchins holds a Masters of Business Administration (MBA) from Purdue University, and graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science from Alma College.

Executive Vice President of Rail Infrastructure

Adrian Share

As Executive Vice President of Rail Infrastructure, Adrian Share is responsible for overseeing the design, engineering and construction of the rail system and station platforms, and managing the team of engineers and contractors who will complete the system improvements. Mr. Share will also be responsible for managing the budget and schedule, implementation of Positive Train Control and environmental oversight.

With more than 30 years in the transportation industry, Mr. Share brings extensive passenger rail experience and leadership to the All Aboard Florida team. He previously served as HNTB Corporation Florida District Leader and Program Manager for the All Aboard Florida project. While at HNTB Corporation, Mr. Share also served as the Florida High Speed Rail Project Manager where he assisted the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) in its application and strategic planning process for the Orlando-Miami and Tampa-Orlando-Miami segments. Mr. Share also worked on dozens of infrastructure projects, ranging from bridges to toll lanes to highways, while at HNTB Corporation.

Mr. Share holds a Bachelor’s in Civil Engineering from Tulane University and a Masters of Business Administration from Northeastern University. He is a Professional Engineer in Florida (1999) and previously served as the Chair of the Transportation Committee of the Florida Institute of Consulting Engineers (FICE) and has led several of its subcommittees over the past decade. In 2012, Mr. Share was awarded the prestigious Ben Watts Partnership Award by FDOT.

Executive Vice President of Development and Construction

Scott Sanders

As Executive Vice President of Development and Construction, Scott Sanders is responsible for the overall design and construction of station infrastructure for the Miami, Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach stations, as well as All Aboard Florida’s transit-oriented development program throughout South Florida.

With more than 25 years of experience in real estate development, Mr. Sanders has managed a number of award-winning projects from conception to completion.  Prior to joining All Aboard Florida in March of 2014, Mr. Sanders served as Senior Vice President of Design and Construction for MGM Hospitality, where he oversaw the development of luxury hotels both in the U.S. and internationally – specifically, he led the delivery of technical services associated with the development of more than 25 properties around the world. Mr. Sanders also previously served as Vice President of Strategic Programming & Design for The St. Joe Company, where he led the development of the company’s strategies related to branding, customer segmentation, marketing services, product design and product positioning for all of its initiatives in Northwest Florida.

Mr. Sanders holds a Bachelor Architecture from Texas Tech University, and he is a member of the American Institute of Architects.

General Counsel

Myles Tobin

As General Counsel, Myles Lloyd Tobin is responsible for directing the project’s legal affairs and providing counsel on all significant legal issues. He has more than 30 years of legal expertise in mergers and acquisitions, railroad regulatory compliance and commercial transactions. Mr. Tobin’s extensive experience ranges from representing Fortune 1000 companies as a former partner at Chicago-based law firm, Fletcher & Sippel LLC, to having provided legal counsel to the $4 billion transportation company, Canadian National Railway.

Most recently, Mr. Tobin served as partner in the law firm of Fletcher and Sippel LLC. He also previously served as Vice President of U.S. Legal Affairs for Canadian National Railway, where he counseled senior executives and directed the legal affairs for 40 U.S. subsidiaries ranging from land acquisition companies, bulk terminals and equipment leasing companies to several large and medium-sized railroads, including Illinois Central, Grand Trunk Western and Chicago Central & Pacific. He also negotiated business and legal terms for the company’s $1.6 billion merger agreement with Illinois Central Railroad. Prior to Canadian National Railway’s merger with Illinois Central Railroad, Tobin served Illinois Central for nine years, ultimately as General Counsel. Mr. Tobin also served as counsel for the Chicago and North Western Transportation Company where he handled corporate and regulatory activities.

Mr. Tobin holds a Juris Doctorate degree from Northwestern University School of Law and a bachelor’s degree in political science from Northwestern University. He is admitted to legal practice in the U.S. Supreme Court, the courts of the State of Illinois, the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals and numerous other state and federal courts.

Senior Vice President of Business Development

John Guitar

As Senior Vice President of Business Development, John Guitar is responsible for the development and leasing activities for the stations and transit oriented development in Miami, Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach.

Mr. Guitar has more than 22 years of experience in the commercial real estate business. Before joining the All Aboard Florida team, Mr. Guitar was Vice President at Flagler Development and was responsible for real development and asset management for Flagler Development's  portfolio which included 12 million square feet in Jacksonville, Tampa, Orlando and South Florida. He was also responsible for the sourcing of new development opportunities and acquisitions for the company within the Florida region. Mr. Guitar was also Executive Director for Advantis, a St. Joe Company, where he was responsible for the leasing of a 21 building, 2.9 million square foot office park at SouthPark Center.

Mr. Guitar holds a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Rollins College, is a Licensed Real Estate Broker in the State of Florida, and is a Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM).

Senior Vice President of Passenger Rail Development

Gene Skoropowski

As Senior Vice President of Passenger Rail Development, Eugene "Gene" Skoropowski is responsible developing the service plan (operations), selecting the rolling stock (trainsets), projecting operating costs and revenues, and preparing the companies rail operations program for revenue service. Mr. Skoropowski brings more than 40 years of railroad industry experience in both the private and public sectors. He has an extensive background building and managing successful passenger rail service projects in major metropolitan cities in the U.S. and the world.

Most recently, Mr. Skoropowski served as director of Rail & Transit Services - Southeast Division for the international engineering firm of HNTB. Previously, he spent ten years as managing director of Northern California's Capitol Corridor Intercity Rail Service, which he helped transform into the fastest growing and third-busiest intercity passenger route in the country by tripling ridership during his tenure. As Director of Rail projects for Fluor Corporation, Mr. Skoropowski managed rail construction and operations projects in Los Angeles and Orlando. He also worked in Paris on high speed trains and on rail projects in London and Amsterdam.

Mr. Skoropowski received a Professional Architecture degree from the Catholic University of America.

Senior Vice President of Operations

David Mcintyre

As Senior Vice President of Operations, David McIntyre will maximize All Aboard Florida's growth and profitability while leading and managing all guest and hospitality related operations functions. His main responsibilities will include determining food, beverage and entertainment portfolio positioning and strategy for the intercity passenger rail system and three South Florida stations in the downtowns of Miami, Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach.

With more than 22 years of experience in the hospitality business in Europe and North America, Mr. McIntyre managed and oversaw the strategic planning of many partnerships with award-winning celebrity culinarians and the launch of luxury brands in key markets. Prior to joining All Aboard Florida, Mr. McIntyre served as the Senior Vice President of Food and Beverage Strategy for MGM Resorts International where he was key in the development of relationships with restaurants with such culinary luminaries as Joel Robuchon and Alain Ducassee, while managing other celebrity chefs such as Tom Colicchio and Wolfgang Puck. Mr. McIntrye has experience as a Las Vegas hotel operator and spent seven years with the Ritz-Carlton in various roles both nationally and internationally.

Mr. McIntyre graduated with a degree in hotel, catering and institutional management from Glasgow College of Food Technology.