Sheryl Chamberlain is a global technology leader who brings together diverse groups of people to jointly create innovative solutions that achieve new levels of success for a company. She has broad experience in leading strategy and operations with Fortune 1000 companies with a goal to accelerate revenue generation while improving performance. Moving easily between strategic planning and execution, she energizes and inspires others with a vision of what is possible. Sheryl thrives on tackling challenges of difficult, complicated problems. Her collaborative, open style builds trust and community while bringing people together to solve problems in new ways. Sheryl ethically navigates the political and organizational structures, creating and addressing future-focused, brand enhancing opportunities.
Sheryl is a Group Vice President in Capgemini Group Strategic Initiatives and Partnerships leading alliance strategies and overseeing execution of go-to-market activities with Dell Technologies. Sheryl began her career in Finance with a succession of increasingly higher level positions at Deloitte, Norton Simon (a Fortune 500 consumer products conglomerate), and PepsiCo Bottling. After serving as Controller & CFO in the commercial construction industry she transitioned into the technology industry, working with IBM in a variety of sales & implementation roles and subsequently founding and leading LSE, Ltd, a startup business/technology consulting organization that provided IBM midrange solutions. Prior to joining Capgemini Sheryl worked at EMC in a variety of roles including COO Corporate Office of the CTO.
Sheryl’s leadership has been recognized in winning Dallas Business Journal Women in Technology Award, EMC Global Innovation Partner of the Year, the YWCA Tribute to Women, California TWIN, and the Diversity Council’s Leadership & Diversity Awards. Sheryl is a member of the Alliance of Chief Executives, an Advisor to the Dallas Entrepreneur Center, and a MassChallenge Accelerator Mentor. She was on the Board of Silicon Valley Association for Corporate Growth, is on the Diversity Advisory Board for the Cloud Foundry Foundation, and serves as a Judge and Council Head for Hult Prize Foundation.
Sheryl graduated from Hunter College, New York City with a BS in Accounting.