Brillio, a technology advisor and digital transformation provider, continues to expand its executive team with the appointment of Camie Shelmire as chief people officer, effective immediately.
In an Aug. 9 announcement, the Edison-based company said Shelmire most recently served as chief client officer of Altran Americas, taking on the role of executive vice president after it was acquired by Paris-based Capgemini.
Bringing 20 years of leadership experience in talent, client strategy and operations to the position, Shelmire will lead Brillio’s talent strategy. She will be based in Dallas and report directly to Chairman, Founder and CEO Raj Mamodia.
“Camie brings invaluable experience infusing high-performing talent into the business to drive growth and support scalability,” Mamodia said in a statement. “I look forward to working with her as we shape Brillio’s bright future together.”
Shelmire’s background includes go-to-market strategy, post-acquisition integration, corporate social responsibility and HR operations.
Shelmire added that she’s “thrilled” to join Brillio “at this pivotal moment in the company’s rapid growth.”
Brillio has doubled its workforce over the past two years, now boasting more than 5,300 employees globally.
The company was formed in 2014 when Collabera spun out its IT services division, according to Shelmire’s hiring announcement. In 2019, Bain Capital Private Equity acquired a majority stake in the company. Brillio helps clients use the “four superpowers of technology:” cloud, internet of things, artificial intelligence and mobility.