An alumnus of York University with an MBA in corporate finance, Chris Jamroz functioned in associate capacities with Merrill Lynch and Scotiabank before becoming an executive with J.P. Morgan Chase & Co., where he helped establish its Canadian Corporate Finance practice. Now focusing his professional efforts in logistics, Chris Jamroz serves as the CEO of STG Holdings and was recently nominated as a new member of the Board of Roadrunner Transportation Systems (RRTS).
Despite RRTS’ Q1 2019 revenue being at a $60 million shortfall compared to the consensus estimate, the $507.1 million it reported during that time is still the sixth-highest figure per any quarter since 2011. RRTS posted $551.5 million in revenue during Q4 2018, but its performance was hindered during Q1 2019 due to a drastic revenue decline in its Active On-Demand ground expedite business segment and lower-than-average capture rates on its aircraft fleet due to maintenance and availability.
RRTS’ highest-ever revenue per quarter was in Q1 2018, when it reported $570 million in revenue compared to the consensus estimate of $475.6 million. Save for two quarters for which figures are unavailable via Street Insider, the company has reached at least $460 million in revenue every quarter since Q2 2014. This is especially significant given it recorded less than $100 million in five of the prior 13 quarters.
The CEO of St. George Logistics Holdings and the executive chairman of St. George Logistics, Chris Jamroz brings more than 15 years of leadership experience to the New Jersey-based company, where he oversees the largest network of independent container freight station facilities. Outside of his professional endeavors, Chris Jamroz supports the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM), where he accepted an appointment to its board of governors in March 2017.
A federally incorporated private sector group, the ROM Board of Governors maintains the museum’s long-term financial stability and provides management for financial assets. In addition, it facilitates the museum’s growth. The board members are dedicated volunteers committed to ROM’s well-being.
Previously, Jamroz served on the museum’s board of trustees from 2010 to 2016, during which time he applied his executive and international talents. ROM Governors president Susan Horvath was pleased to learn of the addition of Jamroz to the board of governors, citing his generous contributions and time commitment.
ROM is among the world’s leading natural history and world culture museums, featuring more than art, archeology, and natural science galleries. Well-regarded around the world, the museum focuses on research and the communication of natural history and world cultures.
During his tenures at Scotia Capital and JPMorgan Chase, Chris Jamroz developed the business expertise that allows him to operate effectively in his current role as the CEO of STG Holdings, LLC, a provider of warehousing and logistics services. Away from his work, Chris Jamroz supports Big Brothers Big Sisters of New York City (BBBSNYC), which hosts the annual Gridiron Games to raise funds for its mentorship services.
The 2017 Gridiron Games is a daylong event split into two sections. The first of these takes place in the morning and offers the opportunity for 150 of the organization’s Littles, children undergoing mentorship as part of the BBBSNYC’s program, to tour the MetLife Stadium, take part in football games, and learn about cheering courtesy of the New York Jet’s cheerleading squad. Further, the morning session includes speeches from football superstars, including Joe Namath and Carl Banks.
The afternoon session invites attorneys from New York’s top 16 law firms to engage in a friendly touch football tournament on the MetLife field, with the winning team earning the Gridiron Games trophy, which it receives during a special cocktail reception held in the MetLife Stadium’s VIP lounge.
The 2017 Gridiron Games takes place on November 4 between 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. at the MetLife Stadium in New Jersey.