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Mike Kuziak Named One of The Top 25 C-Suite Executives of Connecticut for 2022


C-Suite Spotlight announced The Top 25 C-Suite Executives of Connecticut for 2022. LAZ Parking is proud to share that Mike Kuziak, our Chief Operating Officer, has been awarded this distinction. Please join us in celebrating the accomplishments of Mike Kuziak as one of The Top 25 C-Suite Executives of Connecticut for 2022.


Chief Operating Officer, LAZ Parking

Michael Kuziak is one of the principal shareholders of LAZ Parking and serves as its Chief Operating Officer. He joined LAZ in 1981 as a valet parking attendant while attending university. In his current role, Kuziak is responsible for executing strategic growth initiatives that include digital technology and mobility, operational expansions throughout the US, business development and company acquisitions.

Kuziak is a Principal in LAZ Parking Realty Investors, the company’s real estate affiliate, and has been instrumental in acquiring core parking assets and institutional parking concessions throughout the US. Additionally, he serves on the Board of Directors of Armco Healthcare Services and is currently the Treasurer of the LAZ Charitable Foundation. He also serves on the Board of Directors of the Orthodox Christian Mission Center, the Hartford Knights, and is on the Honorary Board of Directors of the Jordan Porco Foundation He has a degree in finance and marketing from the University of Hartford.

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