On April 30, 1949, Gregory James Aziz was born in London, Ontario in the country of Canada. Greg Aziz attended the nearby junior college, Riley College, before transferring to the University of Western in London, where he obtained a B.A. degree in economics. Shortly thereafter, Gregory J Aziz decided upon going to work at Affiliated Foods to help further the family’s business. Greg Aziz’s next job on his resume is a brief career in investment banking, whose length is no more than a few years.
Gregory James Aziz’s next job was at the National Steel Car Company, where he expertly first orchestrated its purchase and then its metamorphosis into one of the world’s most elite freight car manufacturer ever. Further evidence of Greg Aziz’s extraordinary leadership ability is the 13 consecutive TTX SECO awards the company won in 13 years while he was CEO of the National Steel Car Company. Furthermore, the National Steel Car Company expanded in size from a 600-employee company to a 3000 one with James Aziz as the CEO while at the same time increasing its capacity to produce freight cars from 3,500 cars a year in 1994 to 12,000 cars a year in 1999.
Gregory James Aziz is not only a great Chief Executive Officer but also an exceedingly philanthropic humanitarian, who enthusiastically supports a good number of local charitable organizations committed to improving communities and lives. Frequently, he would sponsor the works of the United Way to better lives by harnessing the caring power of communities with the goal of furthering the common good. See This Page for more information.
Gregory James Aziz has also frequently sponsored the good works of the Salvation Army, whose existential purpose is to help meet the human needs of those in need as best as they possibly are capable of. The Hamilton community from which Aziz rose in status as a result of his incredible transformation of the National Steel Car Company has benefited from his many philanthropic efforts as well in terms of the provision of gainful employment to its many residents and in the form of numerous organized food drives.