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Who it’s for: HR & learning and development practitioners

Who’s hosting: Camille Chang Gilmore is Vice President of Human Resources (HR) and Global Chief Diversity Officer (CDO) for Boston Scientific. She has more than 25 years of HR leadership experience. Camille is on several boards, including the Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM) Foundation.

What you’ll learn:
- The hot topics on the minds of HR practitioners and board directors heading into 2022
- How to identify your organization’s top priorities among the noise
- Proven, practical actions SHRM recommends their members take on hot-button issues like mental health and burnout, retention, and Omnicron
- Outcomes of the newest research from SHRM, including the latest stats on DEI, pay equity, and the future of work
- How to lead positive change within your organization to make an impact on your work, workers, and workplace


Camille Chang Gilmore Vice President, Human Resources and Global Chief Diversity Officer

Camille Chang Gilmore is Vice President of Human Resources
(HR) and Global Chief Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Officer for
Boston Scientific Corporation. In this role, Camille oversees HR
strategies, health equity, community and diversity & inclusion
programs for the company’s $9.0 billion global business, in over
130 countries, whereby their products treat approximately 30
million patients every year.
Diversity is a core value at Boston Scientific. As CDO, Camille
drives diversity and inclusion, community and health equity
strategies and programs across the organization that recognizes
and values the unique talent, attributes and contributions of all
Camille has more than 20 years of HR experience. Prior to
coming to the medical device industry in 2004, she held roles of
increasing responsibility at Federal Express, Exxon Chemical
Company, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, IBM and
the State of Oregon.
Camille is an active member of her community as well as the
communities that Boston Scientific resides in. She serves on the
board for the Greater Twin Cities Youth Symphonies (GTCYS);
SHRM Foundation Board of Directors; as well as a liaison to the
National Action Council for Minorities in Engineering (NACME)
organization. Camille is an active member of Alpha Kappa Alpha
Sorority, Incorporated and was selected as one of Savoy
Magazine’s 2016 Top Influential Women in Corporate America,
The Network Journal’s 2018 Top 25 Black Women in Business,
2019, 2018 BLACK ENTERPRISE's Top Executives in Corporate
Diversity as well as ranked #2 in DiversityGlobal Magazine’s
2020 Top 10 Influential Women in Diversity.
Camille is a graduate of Pennsylvania State University and
earned a Master of Business Administration from the University
of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.


Coco Brown CEO

Coco is founder and CEO of Athena Alliance. Prior to her current roles, Coco served as President, COO, and Board Director of Taos, a market leader in IT Services serving hundreds of F1000 companies, including Apple, Cisco, ebay, Facebook, and Silicon Valley Bank. Coco brings rich experience across F1000 companies, start-ups, and nonprofits in the roles of CEO, COO, advisor, and Board member to Athena. She possesses a unique understanding of the breadth of challenges and opportunities of leadership. She empowers leaders to execute successfully, working with them to develop the relationship between a company’s strategy and its organizational design and environment. Coco’s expertise in developing and strengthening these important linkages makes her a powerful C-level advisor and Board member. In addition to serving on the Board of Taos from 2004 to 2014, Coco served as a Board Director for MentorNet during its rebranding, product transformation, and subsequent acquisition by Great Minds in STEM. Coco was on the finance committee supporting the Board of Directors of Samasource and established the Operating Committee for the Silicon Valley arm of Golden Seeds, a New York-based early-stage investment firm. She also currently serves as Chair of the Nominating Committee for the Anita Borg Technology Leadership Award, one of the most prestigious awards honoring women in technology.

Key Details

CHRO Perspectives: HR as a Social Force

Fri, Jan 28 @ 12:00pm PT (1 hr)

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