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Chris Valletta wife is the CEO and founder of two companies, CIEN+ and Culturintel, specializing in marketing and big data research technology.
She frequently appears on television shows, such as Fox Business and Fox News, and has spoken at TED events.
Additionally, she often provides commentary on politics and business for several news networks, including Fox News Channel, Fox Business Network, and CNN en Espanol.
The couple has been private about their relationship and prefers to spend quality time together away from the public eye. Presently, they reside in New York City.
Liliana Gil, Chris’s spouse, migrated to the U.S. from Bogota, Colombia, in her early adulthood. She attended Southwestern Adventist University and later completed an MBA program at the University of Colorado.
She Was Selected As A Young Global Leader
Furthermore, she was selected as a Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum and completed the WEF-exclusive Global Leadership and Public Policy Executive Program at The Harvard Kennedy School.
Previously, Valletta worked at Johnson & Johnson, where she served in various capacities, including global marketing services director.
She co-founded The Hispanic Organization for Leadership and Achievement (HOLA), a business resource group for Hispanic employees, and initiated “Proyecto MAS2,” a groundbreaking initiative to demonstrate the financial feasibility of multicultural marketing and elevate the profile of the Hispanic market.
Valletta Made A TV Appearance
Valletta has made multiple media appearances on various news networks such as FOX News, MSNBC, and CNN.
She has also appeared in Spanish-language media outlets, including Univision, Telemundo, Television Dominicana, Telemicro International, Caracol Television, and NTN24 Noticias. She is a freelance contributor to Fox News Latino and the Huffington Post.
Valletta’s YouTube channel, “Minutes to CultuRise,” features insights, statistics, news, and analyses about marketing, data, and cultural trends in business.
She has also spoken at conferences and universities, frequently addressing the “Brown Elephant” notion.
This concept highlights the significant market of minorities who are often overlooked despite their growing numbers and purchasing power.
In 2019, Gil Valletta participated in the Miss Universe 2018 selection process held at Impact in Muang Thong Thani, Nonthaburi Province, Thailand. The event was broadcasted on FOX.
Valletta Has Received Several Awards & Recognitions
Valletta has received several awards and recognitions throughout her career. In 2018, she was honored with the New York Women of Excellence Award from the New York Women’s Chamber of Commerce and named the Hispanic Business Individual of the Year by the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.
Additionally, she was recognized as one of the most influential women in New York by Women Power 100.
In 2017, PRWeek included her in the Top 50 Most Influential in Healthcare for her contributions to data analytics and patient insights facilitated by artificial intelligence. Valletta was also listed in PODER Magazine’s 2008 Top 20 Under 40 list.
Valletta received three accolades in 2009, including the Latina Leadership prize 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 honored with a Hispanic Trendsetter Award.
Liliana Gil Valletta’s Net Worth 2023
Liliana Gil Valletta’s estimated net worth is at least $353,000. She holds more than 3,000 shares of Zumiez Inc. stock valued at over $76,363, and she has sold ZUMZ stock worth over $136,140 in the past four years.