Wolters Kluwer Compliance Solutions’ Margaret Camp wins executive leadership award
New York City, United States
Margaret Camp, Vice President of Business Unit Operations for Wolters Kluwer Compliance Solutions, has been named as a recipient of Finance Monthly’s Women in Finance awards.
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The prestigious free to enter award program, with winners decided by an independent editorial panel, recognizes Camp’s industry leadership and her role in a number of major initiatives at Wolters Kluwer Compliance Solutions in the past year, including the December 2020 acquisition of eOriginal.
Camp is responsible for setting operational strategy and providing strategic leadership for Wolters Kluwer Compliance Solutions. Her key responsibilities include directing and driving implementation of strategic initiatives to maximize the efficiency and effectiveness of all business unit segments and functional areas, managing cross-business programs, and acting as a key liaison with other senior leaders to address business priorities and opportunities.
“Margaret and her team provide vital strategic direction and counsel for the business as it continues its exciting growth. And, since the start of the pandemic, her insights and dedication have been more important than ever for Wolters Kluwer Compliance Solutions and its clients alike,” said Steven Meirink, Executive Vice President and General Manager for Compliance Solutions. “I could point to Margaret’s leadership around the acquisition of eOriginal, or role in supporting our multi award-winning Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) Supported by TSoftPlus™ software that ultimately helped small businesses save more than ten million U.S. workers’ jobs, as evidence of Margaret’s exceptional leadership. But, in all honesty, there are too many examples to name – Margaret is an exceptional executive and this award is most deserved.”
In addition to her responsibilities at Wolters Kluwer, since 2016, Camp has served on Goodwill-Easter Seals of Minnesota’s board, also serving as chair of its Services & Programs Committee. She has been actively engaged in Goodwill initiatives in the Twin Cities area. She joined Wolters Kluwer in 2001 and holds an MBA, MPA and JD from Cleveland State University and an MS in Information and Knowledge Management from Kent State University.
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