Vice President of Human Resources and Chief Diversity Officer — Boston Scientific
Camille Chang Gilmore joined Boston Scientific in 2004 as a Human Resources (HR) manager supporting Cardiac Rhythm Management’s (CRM) Southeast U.S. sales operation; a year later, she was promoted to HR director. 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 BSC’s Close the Gap initiative in the Southeast region. In 2010, her responsibilities expanded to include overseeing the implementation of HR strategy for the Cardiac Rhythm Management (CRM), Interventional Cardiology (IC), Peripheral Intervention (PI), Electrophysiology (EP) 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. In 2014, Camille was promoted to vice president, Human Resources, IC and global chief diversity officer of Boston Scientific. In this role, Camille, who is a member of the HR Leadership Team, continues to oversee HR strategies and programs for the IC business, as well as develop and execute our diversity strategy, including enhancing and expanding programs that recognize and value the unique talents, attributes, and contributions of all Boston Scientific employees. Most recently she was highlighted in the 2016 issue of SAVOY Magazine as one of the Top 100 Influential women in Corporate America.
Camille has more than 20 years of human resources experience. Prior 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.
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.