Camilla Falconi Crispim
Principal Technologist and Market Technology Director
Camilla Crispim is a Principal Technologist at ThoughtWorks with more than 10 years experience in the tech industry, having worked in software projects across different fields. At ThoughtWorks since 2013, she'd solved different kinds of problems while playing roles such as developer, consultant, technical leader, trainer, and coach.
Camilla is currently Market Technology Director for clients in the Brazilian Portfolio. Responsible for the creation and execution of a Tech Strategy for the market and ultimately for ThoughtWorks Brazil. She helps clients achieve their biggest ambitious, working with clients and Account Tech Principals to build high performing teams, ensure software and technical excellence within the digital products and a frictionless development and delivery process by leveraging Agile, Lean and DevOps practices and techniques.
She is a member of the ThoughtWorks Technology Advisory Board and contributes to the creation of the ThoughtWorks Technology Radar.
She has a deep interest in Agile principles and techniques, Software Development and Software Delivery, Architecture, Engineering Practices and Technical Leadership, and have been active in the tech community and speaking in conferences across Brazil, sharing knowledge and experience – which is one of her passions. Camilla is a passionate advocate for equality and committed to using her position to represent women and LGBTQI in technology as a change agent in tech conferences and communities; breaking typical tech industry stereotypes.
Camilla's past experiences include being a trainer at ThoughtWorks University, helping develop the next generation of ThoughtWorkers; and championing and organising events which are focused on bringing and upskilling Women in IT. Prior to ThoughtWorks, I worked as developer and consultant for Accenture; and was part of R&D projects in partnership with Chesf, a Eletrobras company considered one of the largest generation and transmission power systems in Brazil.
She received a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science degree and a Master’s of Science in Computer Science from the Federal University of Campina Grande (UFCG), in Brazil.