John L. Acierno

John L. Acierno is President and Chief Executive Officer of the Executive Transportation Group. In this capacity, he is charged with company strategy, business development and the overall day-to-day responsibilities of the company.

John joined his family's business in 1986, and he has been President and Chief Executive Officer ever since. John has successfully transitioned the company from a cab company to the largest ground transportation company in North America. Prior to joining ETG, John served as a labor attorney for Proskauer Rose and labor counsel for RH Macys, from 1983 - 1986. John received his law degree in 1983 from Cornell University in Ithaca, New York.

One of John's many accomplishments was being named Premium Service Operator of the Year in 1996 by the International Taxicab and Livery Association (ITLA). John was also the first president of the Black Car Industry Association from 1993 - 1997 and currently serves on its Board of Directors. One of his industry contributions was by playing an integral role in the passage of the New York Black Car Operators' Insurance Compensation Fund, where he currently serves on its Board of Directors.

John L. Acierno III (Chip)


John L. Acierno III (Chip) is Executive Vice President of marketing, sales and customer service. He has played an important role in helping ETG evolve into the largest ground transportation company of its kind in North America.

Chip has been with the Company since 1987. Prior to joining ETG, Chip worked in restaurant management and development for the Pillsbury organization. Chip graduated from Florida International University in 1983 with a degree in Hospitality and Travel Management.

Jeffrey Acierno

Jeffrey Acierno joined ETG in 1988, when he began as Executive Vice President of driver services. Jeffrey oversees all driver related functions including franchise sales, training, recruiting, insurance and licensing requirements for ETG and its affiliates.

Jeffrey plays a vital role in ensuring that the growth and quality of our driver population is commensurate with the business needs.