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John F. Schultz

John F. Schultz

John Schultz is Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer for Hewlett Packard Enterprise.

In this role, John heads the Operations, Legal and Administrative Affairs organization which comprises a variety of business functions including the Legal Department, Ethics and Compliance Office, Data Office, Global IT, Global Real Estate, Corporate Affairs, and Global Security. With John’s proven leadership and pan-HPE view of the business, he also leads the Transformation Office, a cross-business team that functions as the driving force to accelerate HPE’s vision to be the edge-to-cloud company.  As a result, John also leads the newly created Services Reliability Engineering (SRE) and Cloud Services Operations teams, as well as the Unified Cloud & Platform Experience Office. Prior to his current role, John served as Chief Legal and Administrative Officer overseeing most of the same organizations.

Previously, John was appointed general counsel of Hewlett-Packard Co. in 2012 and became general counsel of Hewlett Packard Enterprise when HP separated into two companies in 2015. John joined HP in 2008, serving as deputy general counsel for litigation, investigations and global functions.

Before joining HP, John was a partner in the litigation practice of Morgan Lewis & Bockius LLP, focusing on complex litigation and primarily defending consumer class-action, fiduciary liability, and technology-related commercial litigation. He was previously a partner at Drinker Biddle & Reath, where he also specialized in commercial and product liability litigation.

John currently serves on the board of the Law Foundation of Silicon Valley and is chair of National Legal Aid & Defender Association’s Corporate Advisory Council. He also serves on the board of directors of Umpqua Bank, which is headquartered in Portland, Oregon.

Guest Appearances
August 24, 2021

Why Civil Legal Aid and Access to Justice Are Important to American Business

Distinguished business leaders discuss the business community’s perspective on the importance of access to justice during the pandemic.