Capgemini’s Camie Shelmire takes charge as CPO at Brillio  

Shelmire is a veteran in the technology sector and has worn multiple hats in various industries leading functions like talent, client strategy, and operations 

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Brillio, a digital transformation solutions provider has announced the appointment of Camie Shelmire as chief people officer with immediate effect. Shelmire will be responsible for leading the talent strategy at Brillio. Based out of Dallas, she will directly report to Raj Mamodia, chairman, founder and CEO of Brillio.

Prior to this role, Shelmire was playing a dual role of chief client and chief people officer at Altran Americas. Post its acquisition by Capgemini, Shelmire assumed the role of executive vice president in the combined entity.

Carrying over two decades of professional experience, Shelmire is a veteran in the technology sector. She has worn multiple hats in various industries, leading functions such as talent, client strategy and operations.

Mamodi is confident that Shelmire’s “invaluable experience” will infuse “high-performing talent into the business to drive growth and support scalability”.

Shelmire started her career with KPMG in the US, where she led sales and delivery of large-scale, post-acquisition integration projects for global financial institutions such as Citibank, Deutsche Bank, JPMorgan Chase, Prudential and more.

She leveraged management and re-engineering experience to optimise client’s operations and technology. She got promoted several times at KPMG during her 12-year stint with the Company.  She also served a three-year tenure at IHS Markit (Now part of S&P Global) which provides information services to clients. As a managing director, she reported to the president and drove multimillion dollar client relationships.

After this, Shelmire moved on to join Nationstar Mortgage (now Mr Cooper) a mortgage firm in the US, as SVP, financial systems and risk management. In this role, she was instrumental in taking the private company public (post-IPO) by steering the operational direction of the finance function. She also established financial leadership and instituted critical processes, controls and technology systems to enable regulatory compliance and reporting effectiveness.

“Brillio is well-known across the industry for its customer-focus and ability to attract some of the best talent in the world in a highly competitive market for technology and engineering skills. Its investment in its employees speaks volumes and provides a critical foundation for client success. I’m thrilled to join the Brillio executive team at this pivotal moment in the Company’s rapid growth,” said Shelmire in her statement.

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