Hewlett-Packard is one of those great stories that Americans love. Founded in a garage in 1939, Stanford grads Bill Hewlett and Dave Packard built a company that served as the genesis for Silicon Valley, manufacturing and selling PCs in over 170 countries. Known for innovative technology and a culture that recognized individual efforts, affordable products and commitment to community responsibility, in 2014, HP split off its enterprise products and services business with HP Inc. focusing on computers and printers. At the end of 2015, HP Inc. found a new chief legal officer and corporate secretary, Kim Rivera.

Rivera led the legal department at DaVita Health Care Partners and international legal support and compliance at the Clorox Co. before joining HP Inc. She started her in-house career at Rockwell Automation (an industrial software and robotics firm). Kim has more than 20 years of experience in regulatory, corporate/securities, litigation and audit matters. She’s bilingual, having grown up in Paraguay and Puerto Rico. She got her bachelor’s degree from Duke University and graduated from Harvard Law School before beginning her career as a litigation associate for Jones Day.

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