Camilla Ley-Valentin

CCO and Co-Founder, <a href="" rel="nofollow">Queue-it</a>

Camilla was recently named as one of the fifty most inspiring women in the European technology sector by Inspiring Fifty. Inspiring Fifty is a pan-European programme that identifies, encourages, develops and showcases women in leadership positions within the technology community. The aim is to inspire a new generation of female leaders and entrepreneurs across Europe and indeed worldwide, leading the charge to affect meaningful and durable change.

Camilla is Co-founder and CCO of Queue-it, a SaaS company providing a virtual queue system designed to manage end-user overload situations during transaction peaks to prevent website failure. Camilla co-founded the company with CEO Niels Henrik Sodemann, and CTO Martin Pronk. Camilla is responsible for marketing, business development, administration and strategy for the business, which launched in 2010. She has held various positions within executive management of Ementor Danmark A/S, including the areas of software architecture and busi-ness development. Camilla has also held key positions within Nykredit, A.P. Møller-Mærsk, EDS (now HP) and Accenture. She is an MBA graduate from Edinburgh Business School. Camilla is also an Executive Board at Signatours Travel and EasyTrial, as well as an Advisory Board Member at Kvinder i Bestyrelser (Women Grow Companies) and Fooducer. Camilla was awarded “Female Entrepreneur of the Year” in 2012, and is a regular blogger, event speaker, and advocate for women and girls and tech. “It is my belief that the way forward must be even more technology into schools as a natural part of learning, combined with the increased visibility of role models from the industry facing young women and schoolgirls.” Camilla says.

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