North Highland has picked up Carla Heimbigner from Capgemini, she joins the firm as Vice President. In her new role, Heimbigner will call on her recent experience in which she supported Capgemini in its re-entry into the Denver market, as well as more than 25 years of industry experience, to drive North Highland business development in the Denver market.
Prior to joining North Highland Carla Heimbigner worked at Capgemini, where she held a number of senior roles. In her most recent role at the firm, she was the Denver Market Leader and Account Executive; Heimbigner was responsible for the firm’s re-entry into the Denver marketplace. Heimbigner’s previous role at Capgemini was that of North America Application Services HR and People Leader, in which, between 2012 and 2014, she was responsible for nearly 4,000 people and their careers at Capgemini. Previously, in 2012, Heimbigner was named Principal at Capgemini, based on her previous work with Microsoft. Since joining the firm in 2008 from Microsoft, Heimbigner helped bring the two firms together in their partnership, through which each other’s products and client networks were leveraged to improve client outcomes. Prior to joining Capgemini, Heimbigner worked at Microsoft as its Global Business Development Manager for six years, and was responsible for creating partnerships with some of the world’s largest ICT solutions providers. Previously, between 1992 and 2007, Heimbigner held a number of different roles at Microsoft, in increasing seniority. She started her career as an Associate Sales Executive at Egghead, where she worked for almost two years.
Heimbigner holds a Bachelor of Arts in Spanish from the Montana State University-Billings.
North Highland’s expansion within the Denver market will, according to the firm, be more smoothly achieved with the appointment of Heimbigner as Vice President. Heimbigner brings in more than seven years of consulting experience, as well as sixteen years of sales experience to the firm. In her new role, which leverages her previous role at Capgemini where she supported its re-entry into Denver, Heimbigner is responsible for business development in the firm’s Denver market.
“Carla is culturally and professionally a great fit for North Highland,” says Brian Simmons, the firm’s Denver market lead. “With an intent to invest and grow our Denver market, her track record of establishing and growing strategic anchor accounts will be a true asset to the firm.”