De Camargo

Senior Client Partner, North American Leader, Technology Officers Practice

Gus De Camargo leads the North American Technology Practice for Korn Ferry's Professional Search division.

In this role his focus is on providing support and thought leadership to the teams executing technology projects across a wide range of industries and sectors. Overall, Mr. De Camargo is responsible for the growth of the practice through client development, team leadership, and engagement execution.

With 14 years of search experience specific to the technology function, Mr. De Camargo has partnered with global, national, and start-up organizations in providing strategic direction on human capital. He has a successful track-record in recruiting senior leadership in the areas of: Application Development/Software Engineering, Systems & Data Architecture, Information Security/Risk Management, Business Intelligence/Data & Analytics, Infrastructure/DevOps/Cloud, IT Operations/Service Delivery, Digital/E-Commerce/Mobile, and Program/Project Management (PMO).

Prior to his current role, Mr. De Camargo established and led the technology practice for a national boutique executive search firm where he executed high-visibility, North America wide projects for clients such as Marsh & McLennan, TD Bank, and Deloitte.

Earlier in his career, he spent almost a decade as the managing director for an international staffing solutions provider where he grew the technology practice to become the highest producing division in the entire organization.

Mr. De Camargo began his career as an account executive for an enterprise software solutions provider where he established himself as a trusted partner to organizations such as EMC, Open Text, and Norton Rose.

He graduated with a Bachelor of Arts Honours from the University of Western Ontario and also completed a post-graduate diploma in Business Management from Sheridan College. He is a coach with local soccer academies and serves as a member of the Board of Directors for the Conservation Council of Ontario.