Camille Chang Gilmore Vice President, Human Resources of Interventional Cardiology and Global Chief Diversity Officer – Boston Scientific
Camille Chang Gilmore is Vice President of Human Resources (HR) for Boston Scientific’s Interventional Cardiology (IC) business and Global Chief Diversity Officer. In this role, Camille oversees HR strategies and programs for the company’s $2.2 billion (operational sales) IC business, while leading the development and execution of global diversity strategy and initiatives. She is also a member of the company’s global HR Leadership Team.
Diversity is a core value and a top priority for Boston Scientific. As chief diversity officer, Camille drives diversity and inclusion strategies and programs across the organization that recognizes and values the unique talents, attributes and contributions of all Boston Scientific employees. Camille’s record of achievement and passion for partnering with leaders throughout the business to attract and develop a diverse talent pipeline has been instrumental in driving progress in this important area for the company.
Camille has more than 20 years of human resources experience. Prior to coming to the medical device industry, she held roles of increasing responsibility in HR at Federal Express, Exxon Chemical Company, University of Illinois, IBM and the State of Oregon. She joined Boston Scientific in 2004 as an HR manager supporting Cardiac Rhythm Management’s (CRM) Southeast U.S. sales operation; a year later, she was promoted to HR director. During this time, she was an integral part of the early development of strategies to address the disparities in cardiovascular care for women, black Americans and Hispanics/Latinos through Boston Scientific’s Close the Gap initiative in the Southeast region. In 2010, her responsibilities expanded to include overseeing the implementation of HR strategy for the CRM, IC, Peripheral Intervention, Electrophysiology and Corporate U.S. sales organizations. In 2012, Camille transitioned to Director, HR Business Partner, IC, and was dedicated to the business as it moved to a global divisional model. She was promoted to her current role in 2014.
Camille is an active member of her community as well as the communities that Boston Scientific resides in. She serves on the following boards for the Georgia Gwinnett College, High Tech Kids, the Greater Twin Cities Youth Symphonies (GTCYS); as well as the liaison to the National Action Council for Minorities in Engineering (NACME) organization. Camille is a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated and was recently selected as one of Savoy Magazine’s 2016 Top Influential Women in Corporate America.
Camille is a graduate of Pennsylvania State University and earned a Masters of Business Administration from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Camille has been married to her husband Deryk for 24 years and they have two teenage boys, Dantae’ and Deion.