Gilmore joins GGC School of Business board of visitors

Camille Chang Gilmore

Camille Chang Gilmore 

Camille Chang Gilmore of Buford has joined the board of visitors for the Georgia Gwinnett College School of Business. She serves as director of Human Resources (HR) – Interventional Cardiology for Boston Scientific Corporation.

Gilmore gained more than 20 years of HR experience at Exxon, FedEx, IBM and the governor’s office for the state of Oregon before entering the medical device industry.

She joined Boston Scientific Corporation in 2004 as HR manager for the Southeast and was later promoted to director of HR in 2005. She supervises HR managers, compensation analysts, occupational health and recruiting. While she currently provides dedicated divisional support to the global president for Interventional Cardiology, she has provided field HR support to executive officers within the following Boston Scientific businesses: Interventional Cardiology, Cardiac Rhythm Management, Peripheral Intervention, Electrophysiology, Corporate Sales, Endoscopy and Cardiac Surgery. She has provided support in annual strategic business planning, optimization projects, compensation analysis, talent calibration, performance management, succession planning, employee relations and diversity initiatives.

Gilmore earned a bachelor’s degree from the Pennsylvania State University and a master’s from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

Founded in 2012, GGC School of Business board of visitors is a consortium of prominent business and civic leaders selected from prestigious regional, national and international entities. Board members partner with constituencies outside academia to build private support for the scholarships, professorships and internships that bring outstanding students, faculty and programming to the college.

Board members serve three-year terms as connectors, advocates and representatives of the School of Business, articulating its mission and vision. Membership is by invitation only.

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