Gloria Constanza, the well-known media player in the U.S. Hispanic Market featured in Hispanic Market Overview 2023 (downloable from this website), has been recognized today in New York by the Hispanic Marketing Council with her induction into the HMC Hall of Fame. The presentation was made by Isabella Sanchez, President of the HMC, at the HMC Summit underway in lower Manhattan through Thursday afternoon.
Constanza’s career spans more than twenty years in advertising and marketing. She has played a pivotal role in the growth of the Hispanic market and the Multicultural arena. She was the media head at The Bravo Group under the leadership of Daisy Expósito-Ulla, ushering the entrance into the industry of major brands like AT&T, Sears, Kraft and Bank of America. Constanza also ran the media activity for U.S. Census 2000.
Constanza then joined d expósito & Partners, where she helped run the media for U.S. Census 2010. At d expósito & Partners she continued to run media activity for accounts such as AARP, U.S. Army, New York/New Jersey Port Authority, and Tajín.
Constanza was born in the Dominican Republic and started her media career at Conill Advertising under Alicia Conill. Her induction to the HMC Hall of Fame finds her a place next to industry luminaries such as Eduardo Caballero, Lionel Sosa, Alicia Conill, Alex Lopez Negrete, Ingrid Otero-Smart, Luis Miguel Messianu, Raul Toraño and Daisy Expósito-Ulla.