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Chris Jamroz

Chris Jamroz - Co-Chair of the Canada 150 Advisory Committee



South Kearny, NJ, US

An experienced executive leader and mentor, Chris Jamroz developed his experience in logistics during a six-year tenure at Garda Cash Logistics, having previously worked in corporate finance with major firms like Merrill Lynch and JP Morgan Chase & Co. Now leading STG Holdings as the company’s CEO, Chris Jamroz oversees an extensive independent CFS (container freight station) facilities network that provides logistics and transportation services via access to all major ports and metropolitan areas in the United States.

Beyond his professional activities, Chris Jamroz is an active philanthropist who serves on the Royal Ontario Museum’s board of trustees. He also provides mentorship to young people through his work with Big Brothers Big Sisters and in his role as a tenured mentor with the Schulich School of Business.

Further, he serves as the co-chair of the Canada 150 Advisory Committee - Toronto, which was created to coordinate the many city-funded activities revolving around the celebrations of the country’s 150th year of confederation.


Experience

Jan 2016 - Present

STG Holdings

CEO

Chris Jamroz oversees an extensive independent CFS (container freight station) facilities network that provides logistics and transportation services via access to all major ports and metropolitan areas in the United States.

Education

1992 – 1994

Technical University of Lodz

Bachelor’s Degree, Management and Administration, Engineering and Logistics

Dean's List - European Union Tempus/Erasmus Scholarship Receipient

1994 – 1998

Birmingham City University

Bachelor of Arts (B.A.), Business Studies

1999 – 2000

Schulich School of Business - York University

MBA, Corporate Finance

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