Jason Stronz has joined Courier Capital Corporation of Jamestown and Buffalo, a leading provider of customized investment and consulting services for institutional and affluent individual clients.
As an investment consultant, Stronz helps clients define personal objectives and construct appropriate investment portfolio solutions. From the Jamestown office, he will develop and execute operating plans consistent with the firm's strategic initiatives for client service and development, and will assist with technology initiatives that offer state-of-the art client services.
A native of Jamestown, Stronz holds a Master of Business Administration from Lake Erie College, and a bachelor's degree in English from Allegheny College. Complementing his degrees is coursework and an undergraduate thesis in economics. His diverse background and experience will serve as a strong foundation for meeting client needs in an ever-changing and volatile market environment, said a spokesman.
Prior to joining Courier Capital, Stronz served as the executive director for the Jamestown Renaissance Corporation where he executed strategies to support implementation of the City of Jamestown's Urban Design Plan and Neighborhood Revitalization Plan. Stronz was responsible for financial oversight of urban design and neighborhood revitalization initiatives, managing over $3 million in grant-funded downtown development and neighborhood revitalization tasks. He also served as an advisor to officers, board members and community partners on public relations, public affairs, communications and issues management. Before returning to Jamestown in 2009, Stronz worked in collegiate athletics administration.
An active volunteer in the community, Stronz serves on the board of directors of the Jamestown Center City Development Corporation, and on the City of Jamestown Parks Commission. Additionally, he is a member of the Rotary Club of Jamestown; and volunteers for the United Way of Southern Chautauqua County and Junior Achievement of Western New York.