|Wesleyan University, BS||1987|
|Economics and Mathematics|
|Carnegie Mellon University||1984|
Jonathan Schwartz is Chief Executive Officer of CareZone, Inc., a company devoted to individuals and families caring for parents, children and loved ones.
Prior to starting CareZone, he was the chief executive officer and president of Sun Microsystems, and a member of Sun’s board of directors. He became Sun’s CEO in 2006, succeeding the Company’s co-founder and chairman of the board, Scott McNealy. After Sun’s acquisition by Oracle Corp. in February, 2010, Schwartz announced his resignation via his twitter account.
Prior to his position as COO, Schwartz served as Sun’s executive vice president for software, its Chief Strategy Officer, and held a variety of leadership positions across product and corporate development. He joined Sun in 1996 after the Company acquired Lighthouse Design, where he was CEO and co-founder. Prior to that, Schwartz was a consultant with McKinsey & Co., Inc. in their New York offices.
Schwartz received degrees in economics and mathematics from Wesleyan University.