Chris Valletta’s Wife: Founder Of CIEN+ & Culturintel | Bio & Achievements

Valletta has appeared in the media on FOX News, MSNBC, and CNN.

Chris Valletta Wife

Chris Valletta’s wife is the founder and CEO of the marketing company CIEN+ and the big data research tech company Culturintel. She frequently contributes to television shows, including Fox Business and Fox News.

She has spoken at TED events and frequently comments on politics and business on Fox News Channel, Fox Business Network, and CNN en Espanol.

The couple has not revealed much about their relationship. They always tried to keep their relationship from the public eye and spent quality time together. As per sources, the couple Lives in New York City as of now.  

Chris’s girlfriend, Liliana Gil, a native of Bogota, Colombia, emigrated to the source as a young adult. She studied at Southwestern Adventist University and later completed an MBA program at the University of Colorado.

She also completed the WEF-exclusive Global Leadership and Public Policy Executive Program at The Harvard Kennedy School as a Young Global Leader chosen by the World Economic Forum. Va

Valletta spent most of her career at Johnson & Johnson, where she held various positions, including that of global marketing services director. 

She also co-founded the Hispanic employee business resource group, The Hispanic Organization for Leadership and Achievement (HOLA). She started “Proyecto MAS2,” a trailblazing project to demonstrate the financial viability of multicultural marketing and raise the Hispanic market’s profile.

Valletta made a Television appearance 

Valletta has appeared in the media on FOX News, MSNBC, and CNN.

She has appeared in Spanish-language media for networks like Univision, Telemundo, Television Dominicana, Telemicro International, Caracol Television, and NTN24 Noticias. She also contributes on a freelance basis to Fox News Latino and the Huffington Post. 

Insights, statistics, news, and analysis about marketing, data, and cultural trends in business are all included on Valletta’s YouTube channel Minutes to CultuRise.

Moreover, Valletta has spoken at conferences and colleges. Valletta has frequently brought up the “Brown Elephant” notion in the room, which stands for a majority-minority market that is rapidly approaching yet is commonly overlooked in business despite its expanding size and money. 

Valetta’s awards and achievements 

Gil Valletta participated in the Miss Universe 2018 selection process in 2019 at the Impact in Muang Thong Thani, Nonthaburi Province, Thailand, which was broadcast on FOX.

In 2018, Valletta received the New York Women of Excellence Award from the New York Women’s Chamber of Commerce and was awarded the Hispanic Business Person of the Year by the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. 

She was also recognized as one of the most influential women in New York by Women Power 100. She was listed among the Top 50 Most Influential in Healthcare by PRWeek in 2017 for her work in data analytics and patient insights enabled by artificial intelligence. 2008’s Top 20 Under 40 list by PODER Magazine included Valletta.

She received three honors in 2009: the Latina Leadership Award from the League of United Latin American Citizens, the outstanding Business Woman Award from the National Association of Professional Women, and the Business Woman of the Year Award from the Hispanic Pride Awards (LULAC).

In 2011, she was given a Hispanic Trendsetter Award.

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