Brian Lash founded The Target Companies in his college dorm room in 1978. Today, Target Logistics is an Algeco Scotsman company and the largest turnkey workforce housing provider in the United States. As Non-Executive Chairman, Brian focuses on business development in new geographic areas and industries. He also oversees marketing and devotes time to public speaking and media appearances as a way to continue Target Logistics’ thought leadership within the workforce housing industry.
While directing global projects for Target Logistics, Brian has become a respected leader in the workforce housing, disaster relief and travel industries, as well as in large-scale events like the Olympics. His expertise has led to national and international speaking opportunities and appearances on NBC’s “Today Show,” CNN, PBS “NewsHour” and in The New York Times.
Brian embraces a keen sense of corporate citizenship, which is expressed by his ongoing contributions to social and educational programs. He earned his bachelor's degree from Brandeis University, where he now serves on the Board of Overseers of the International Business School. He has served on the Governor's Entrepreneurial Advisory Council in Massachusetts and presently sits on the Board of Directors of Youth Enrichment Services (YES) in Boston and the T2 Foundation, supporting athletes competing in Olympic snow sports. Brian is also a member of the Waterville Valley Academy Board of Trustees.