Bill Schultz is president and CEO of nonprofit disability services organization Opportunity Partners. He was recently named to the position on a permanent basis, after serving in an interim role for a time.
Schultz joined Opportunity Partners in 2015 as executive vice president, business development and operations, overseeing all business services operations. He came to Opportunity Partners with more than 20 years of experience in a variety of business leadership positions, and was drawn to the organization for its strong mission and history of making a difference in the community.
He holds degrees from Michigan State and Emory University. Schultz succeeded Armando Camacho, who went to Wilder Foundation.
Opportunity Partners is a Twin Cities nonprofit organization, serving 1,500 adults with disabilities each year. Established in 1953, Opportunity Partners works alongside people with disabilities to provide job training, employment and residential support for people to live more independently, succeed on the job and lead lives filled with purpose and meaning.
Opportunity Partners serves people with many different types of disabilities. Some examples include autism spectrum disorder, Asperger syndrome, brain injury, Down syndrome, cerebral palsy, Fetal Alcohol syndrome, and many others. Learn more at www.opportunities.org.