Andrew R. Jassy
1967/1968 (age 50–51)
Harvard Business School
|Salary||US$36.6 million (2016)|
|Title||CEO, Amazon Web Services|
|Spouse(s)||Elana Rochelle Caplan|
|Parent(s)||Margery and Everett L. Jassy|
Andrew R. Jassy (born 1967/68) is an American businessman, and the CEO of Amazon Web Services (AWS), Amazon's cloud computing business. He is also one of the minority owners of the future National Hockey League team in Seattle.
Andrew R. Jassy is the son of Margery and Everett L. Jassy of Scarsdale, New York. His father was a senior partner in the corporate law firm Dewey Ballantine in New York, and chairman of the firm's management committee. Jassy grew up in Scarsdale, in the suburbs of New York. He was educated at Scarsdale High School, and graduated in 1986.
In 2016, Jassy earned $36.6 million.
In 1997, Jassy married Elana Rochelle Caplan, a daughter of Louise and George Caplan of Beverly Hills, California, in Santa Monica, with the bride's cousin, Rabbi James Brandt, officiating at Loews Santa Monica Beach Hotel.
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