Skip to content

Kiwi Camara

Kiwi CamaraFilipino-American CEO Kiwi Camara earned more than Apple’s Tim Cook in 2022.

Kiwi Camara, the CEO of legal tech company CS Disco, made $110 million last year, which is more than Cook’s $100 million salary.

Camara is one of the youngest CEOs to make over $100 million in a year. He is also one of only a handful of CEOs who are of Filipino descent.

Camara was born in the Philippines and moved to the U.S. at an early age.

He is a self-described “young prodigy” who graduated from college at 16 years old and law school at 19 years old.

Camara’s success is a testament to his hard work and dedication. He is an inspiration to young people everywhere, and his story shows that anything is possible if you set your mind to it.

Kiwi Camara, a 39-year-old Filipino-American CEO, is one of the highest-paid CEOs in the U.S. in 2022. He earned almost $110 million, which is higher than the salary of Apple’s Tim Cook.

Camara is the CEO of CS Disco, a legal tech company that combines his experience in law with the pioneering technology of AI. The company debuted on the NYSE in 2021, but stocks have since fallen from $65.88 to $8.40 today.

Despite the dip in stock price, Camara is still making over $100 million per year thanks to his stock options. He is one of only a handful of American executives who earn over $100 million per year, including Blackstone’s Stephen Schwarzman, Alphabet’s Sundar Pichai, Live nation’s Michael Rapino, Oracle’s Safra Catz, Hertz’ Stephen Scherr, Peloton’s Barry Mccarthy, Sarepta Therapeutics’ Douglas Ingram, and Pinterest’s Bill Ready.

Camara was born in the Philippines to two Filipino physicians. He is a young prodigy who wrote a medical paper when he was only 11 years old and skipped high school entirely. Graduated from college at 16 years old in computer science from Hawaii Pacific University where he was summa cum laude. He then graduated Harvard Law School at only 19 years old, becoming the institution’s youngest graduate.

In 2009, Camara co-founded his own law firm, Camara & Sibley, which handled—and won—the first file-sharing copyright infringement lawsuit in the U.S. brought by major record labels to be tried before a jury.

A few years later, Camara founded the legal tech company CS Disco, where he is currently the CEO.

CS Disco provides lawyers and law firms with AI and cloud computing tech. The company, which is reportedly valued at $500 million, generated $135.2 million in revenue in 2022, but reported $70.8 million net loss.

Back To Top