Gerry Kazma

Chairman

Gerry Kazma

Gerry is the Chairman and founder of Amzak Capital Management. He began his career in the cable tv business in the early 1970s, starting in Canada and migrating to the United States in 1979 to run one of his operations. He has owned, operated, and sold many cable companies throughout the United States. In the early 1990's Gerry sold all of his operations in the United States and acquired cable companies in the Caribbean islands (Aruba, Trinidad, and Martinique) and Venezuela. Gerry later sold his interest in the Caribbean and Venezuela and expanded into Central America in 1998 with the purchase of Amnet in Costa Rica. He and his son Mike led the expansion of Amnet, which became the largest cable operator in Central America and was sold to Millicom in 2008. Gerry was a board member of Amnet Telecommunications Holding (1997-2008) and, along with his daughter Leigh-Anne, is the leading force in the company’s charitable donations to various schools and universities in the United States, Caribbean, and Central America.