Camille Chang Gilmore

Vice President, Human Resources and Global Chief Diversity Officer

Company: Boston Scientific
Role: Session Presenter

2020 Conference Session: Engaging Equity Globally @ Boston Scientific: 10/20/40 Goals by 2020 Go Beyond Unconscious Bias to Drive Worldwide Action (S4-I)

Promoted to chief diversity officer of Boston Scientific Corp. (BSC) in 2014, Camille Chang Gilmore is a member of the HR Leadership Team and leads BSC’s global diversity strategy and initiatives. With more than 20 years of human resources experience, Camille enhances and expands programs that recognize and value the unique talents, attributes and contributions of all BSC employees.

Camille joined BSC in 2004 supporting Cardiac Rhythm Management’s (CRM) sales operation and 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 2010, her responsibilities expanded to include overseeing the implementation of HR strategy for the CRM, Interventional Cardiology (IC), Peripheral Intervention, Electrophysiology, and Corporate U.S. Sales organizations. In 2014, Camille also transitioned to VP HR for IC, where she oversaw HR strategies and programs for the IC business globally.

A diverse and inclusive culture is essential to innovation and a business priority for Boston Scientific. Therefore, effective January 1, 2019, the company announced that Camille would transition to focus exclusively on her role as VP, Human Resources (HR), global chief diversity officer (CDO). Her responsibilities expanded to include driving D&I strategies across Close the Gap, supplier diversity and U.S. diversity recruiting. She will also oversee Boston Scientific’s Community Engagement efforts.

Prior to coming to the medical device industry, she held roles of increasing responsibility in HR at Federal Express, Exxon Chemical Company, IBM and the State of Oregon. Camille is a graduate of Pennsylvania State University and earned a Master of Business Administration from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

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