Advisory Board Member Profile
Sales Account Executive
Areas of Expertise
Customer First Culture, Principles of Customer Relationship Building, Accelerate & Improve Decisions with Data
Alexander Schulz is an Account Executive at Thomson Reuters serving as a Legal SaaS Consultant for Corporations on the West Coast. Schulz also served on the Barlow Respiratory Hospital Foundation Board, currently serves on the UCI Advisory Board and is a proud member of the Heidelberg Club International and the International Visitors Council of Los Angeles.
Prior to starting at Thomson Reuters, Schulz returned to the U.S. from a 30-month stint in Germany launching IBISWorld’s first non-English speaking office. Since 1971 IBISWorld has provided trusted industry research on thousands of industries worldwide, helping organizations make more informed business decisions.
Before returning to his roots in Germany, Schulz led business development efforts and managed a sales team for the Procurement division at IBISWorld. Formerly Schulz led sales and business development efforts for the West Coast at Interfor, Inc., a leading international investigative and intelligence firm.
As a German native, Schulz is fluent in German and conversational in Spanish and French. He was raised in Palm Springs, California, but graduated from high school at the Europäische Schule in Karlsruhe, Germany with a European Baccalaureate degree. While in Germany, Schulz pursued his passion for tennis, and as a junior, was ranked top 500 in Germany.
Schulz holds a J.D. from the Pepperdine School of Law, an International M.B.A. from the Graziadio School of Business & Management at Pepperdine, an M.A. in Management from the EBS Universität für Wirtschaft und Recht in Wiesbaden, Germany and a B.A. in Economics and German, with a minor in nonprofit management from Pepperdine University’s Seaver College. During his education, Schulz was involved in everything from Moot Court and American Humanics to the Student Bar Association and the Academic Ethics Committee. Besides leading academic projects for L’Oreal, Mercedes, Henkel and others, Schulz authored the legal article, “The Doctrine of Company Opportunity with a Focus on the Delaware Limited Liability Company” and his Master Thesis on “A Literature Review of Multi-sided Platforms.