Constance N. Hubbell is the president of The Hubbell Group, Inc., a full-service independent public relations firm she founded in 1995. The Hubbell Group provides strategic communications counsel and services to Fortune 500 firms, multinationals and smaller companies that are leaders in industries including financial services, healthcare, education, aviation and real estate.
An experienced corporate spokesperson and media strategist, Hubbell has advised numerous public and private sector companies as well as governmental entities during her career, and is considered a crisis management expert known for handling high-profile, high-stakes situations.
Hubbell has helped companies and institutions through a wide range of delicate situations including regulatory allegations, lawsuits, financial irregularities and accusations of discrimination. She also has handled numerous situations on behalf of the boards of directors of large publicly-held companies.
She has helped organizations navigate COVID-19, environmental contamination, safety violations, cybersecurity breaches and union issues. In addition to her reputation management expertise, she also is a trusted advisor on transaction communications, having handled hundreds of successful mergers and acquisitions, initial public offerings, SPACs, corporate reorganizations and bankruptcies. Because of her extensive transaction and crisis communications expertise, she is considered one of the top “go-to” resources for law firms seeking to protect and correctly position their clients.
Hubbell also has a proven track record in thought leadership and positioning, helping clients gain visibility and showcase their expertise through groundbreaking research and content development.
Prior to founding The Hubbell Group in 1995, Hubbell was the chief global spokesperson at Fidelity Investments. Before that, she was the chief spokesperson at Bank of Boston, now part of Bank of America. She started her career in politics.