Hilarie Gamm

For most of her career, spanning over 25 years, Hilarie Gamm has been at the frontlines of America’s high-tech industry. The woman behind the stunning revelations in Billions Lost: The American Tech Crisis and The Road Map to Change, is a nationally recognized leader in technology with both domestic and global exposure.

For over two decades, Gamm has amassed a wide-sweeping professional portfolio at virtually all levels of the tech industry hierarchy – from field work to middle management to executive leadership. Her work experiences include help desks, tech support, web development, mainframes, client servers, cloud computing, testing, and data centers. She has managed IT departments, projects, application development, and client services. She has consulted for large international corporate IT programs, has deployed applications in over 40 countries, and managed multi-lingual offshore teams. So, from help desk to executive suite, her compelling insights provide a lucid glimpse into the transitions, miscalculations, and prevailing vulnerabilities for the American economy.

Despite the massive accrued economic damage and the momentum to maintain a harmful status quo, Gamm remains optimistic that by exposing the crisis, identifying the causes, and then outlining remedies – change is possible. She also believes that it is imperative that American industry embrace the enormous potential of a domestic remote work force. The professional team that Gamm utilized for research and production for Billions Lost was comprised of American-based remote professionals.

Gamm is the co-founder of AWC - American Workers Coalition.

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Why are U.S. workers increasingly underemployed?
Hilarie Gamm joins Jim Blasingame to report on how some companies are bringing in foreign workers as they lay off U.S. workers.
Hilarie Gamm joins Jim Blasingame to report on some of the professions, like nursing, that are being staffed by foreigners because their employer got a tax abatement they wouldn’t get if they hired a U.S. nurse.
Hilarie Gamm joins Jim Blasingame to report on how companies can get tax advantages by importing a foreign worker, making payroll expense for U.S. college graduate more expensive and costing them jobs.