Asset manager Steven Zoernack obtained his education at Fordham University and Boston University. As Executive Director of the African Peace Fund, Steven Zoernack leads the alternative investment and goodwill fund in working to improve schools, medical facilities, and tourism throughout Africa as part of a larger concerted effort to increase confidence in many nations' local small businesses. Steven Zoernack manages the African Peace Fund’s financial accounts, and provides financial guidance to the organization.Steven Zoernack gained fundamental experience in the finance and investment industry by working as an International Accounts Manager for Lehman Brothers Holdings, Inc., and also Refco, Inc., serving as an Institutional Accounts Manager. Steven Zoernack was part of a small group at Bear Stearns Companies, Inc. that pioneered the first ever derivatives on Crude Oil, Heating oil and Gasoline.Concurrently the Managing Director of EquityStar Capital Management, Steven Zoernack is often noted for predicting the major change in the price of coffee in 1985 due to a severe drought in Brazil. Steven Zoernack also has significant experience in the trading and investment of precious metals, such as gold and platinum.Steven Zoernack participates in numerous local projects with charitable, philanthropic, and community-centered aims. These has in the past included serving as a Judge for Special Olympics, teaching religion courses to age 3 to 7 year old children, and serving as the Commissioner of his local Little League Baseball organization.

Work History

Work History
2010 - Present

Managing Director

EquityStar Capital Management