Greg Schultz is an American political advisor who is most popular to have managed Joe-Biden’s 2020 presidential campaign. During late 2013 he joined Biden’s circle in the White House. From 2008 to 2009 Greg worked as an executive assistant to Ohio Government where he managed the Bureau of Workers Compensation, Rehabilitation and Corrections, Youth Services, and Veterans Affairs.
He supervised various statewide as well as local campaigns across Ohio before he served for Hillary Clinton’s 2008 presidential campaign. Schultz later joined Barack Obama’s presidential campaign as Ohio deputy political director. He resumed to work for Obama even after he was declared as president with focus on digital operations, communications and voter protection.
Greg also operated as Obama’s state director during his re-election bid in 2012. He served as a special assistant to Obama and senior advisor to Vice President Joe Biden in the White House from 2013 to 2017.
Schultz facilitated Biden steer his post-vice-presidential political happenings which involves his work in the 2018 midterms, as head of Biden’s PAC, American Possibilities. The Washington Post defined the leadership PAC as a “vehicle to travel the country and get engaged in state and local races and build relationships in key states before the race for the presidential race begins in earnest.”
As informed by New York Times in January Greg had earned $225,000 throughout the time period of 18 months working for Biden’s PAC American Possibilities. In June 2017 Schultz went to work for the PAC as Executive Director. The Times testified that the PAC raised $2.5 million during the 2018 midterm season but almost 80 percent of the PAC’s spending was used to pay the salaries and expenses of Biden’s staff. His net worth has been estimated to be around 3 million dollars.