Full Name
Marie Oh Huber
Job Title
SVP, General Counsel & Secretary
Speaker Bio
Marie Oh Huber heads the global legal, government relations and public policy functions for eBay. She and her team partner with the businesses to help drive the purpose and success of eBay and its global buyers and sellers. Marie has over 25 years of strategic business, legal and public policy experience in global Fortune 500 companies. She has an extensive track record as a business leader and in advising boards of directors and executive leadership on business and operational matters, M&A, corporate governance, legal and compliance, IP, litigation, privacy and cybersecurity matters. She was also responsible for communications, regulatory affairs and quality assurance, government affairs and philanthropy at Agilent Technologies.

Marie joined eBay in 2015 from Agilent, where she served as senior vice president, general counsel and secretary since 2009. For the previous ten years she also held positions of increasing responsibility at Agilent and prior to that at HP. She started her career at large law firms in New York and San Francisco.

Marie has a B.A. in Economics from Yale, studied at the London School of Economics and received her J.D. from the Northwestern Pritzker School of Law.

She serves on the boards of Portland General Electric (NYSE: POR) and Adevinta ASA (OSE: ADE).

Marie is a strong champion for giving back to the community, paying it forward, and diversity, equity and inclusion. She also serves on the Board of the Silicon Valley Community Foundation, the University Council at Yale and the Northwestern Law Board. Marie and her husband live in the Bay Area, have two young-adult children and enjoy cycling.

Marie’s Favorite eBay Experience:

“I love the story of the husband-wife team of Hans and Andrea that I was privileged to meet who started selling yarn on eBay after their clothing operation went out of business. They grew their company to 40 employees, selling 1 million balls of beautiful yarn every year. They live in a small town in Germany away from major urban centers and are providing employment to many who might not otherwise have had a chance to work outside the home.”
Marie Oh Huber