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Constance N. Hubbell

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Constance Navin “Connie” Hubbell (born 1962) is a public relations and crisis communications professional and chief executive officer of The Hubbell Group, Inc., a communications firm founded in 1995.[1] The Hubbell Group provides communications counsel and services to companies around the globe in a variety of industries including financial services, healthcare, education, aviation and real estate.[2] The firm has frequently hired senior professionals from a variety of fields.[3][4][5]

Professional Background[edit]

Prior to founding The Hubbell Group, Hubbell was director of media relations and chief spokesperson at Fidelity Investments, then the world’s largest mutual fund company and the nation’s second-largest discount brokerage firm.[6]

Previously, Hubbell was the chief spokesperson and vice president of media relations at Bank of Boston Corporation, and now part of Bank of America.[7]

Before joining Bank of Boston, Hubbell was an account supervisor at Boston-based Cabot Public Relations,[8] where she oversaw consumer and financial accounts including Bank of Boston. Earlier, she was director of media relations at Hill & Knowlton. She started her PR career at Regan Communications, a Boston-based firm founded by a former press secretary of Boston Mayor Kevin White. She began her career in the Elections Division in the Office of the Secretary of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, where she coordinated voter outreach campaigns.[9]

Personal Background[edit]

Hubbell attended Emerson College and received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and International Relations from the University of Massachusetts.

Hubbell is a member of several civic and philanthropic organizations, serving as a longtime member of the American Ireland Funds Boston Gala Dinner Committee.[10][11][12] She also is active in the Emerald Necklace Conservancy,[13] which seeks to protect the Emerald Necklace, an interconnected chain of parks linked by parkways and waterways in Boston and Brookline, Massachusetts, the Boston Public Library,[14] The Home for Little Wanderers Voices for Children Committee[15] and the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.[16] She also has been active in other community activities, including fundraising for the Women’s Cancers Program at Boston’s Dana-Farber Cancer Institute,[17][18] the Lincoln Rowing Center,[19] and coaching community cheerleaders.[20]

In addition to her community activities in the Boston area, Hubbell is a member of the Department of Communication Advisory Council at the College of Charleston, which promotes the recognition and progress of communication instruction at the college.[21][22]

In 2000, Hubbell was named as one of the Boston Business Journal’s “40 Under 40” honorees, an annual award which recognizes Boston’s leading business and civic leaders under the age 40.[23]

Hubbell is the mother of a daughter. She previously was married to David Hubbell and to Charles E. Clapp, III.[24][25][26]


  1. Biography, Constance Hubbell, accessed March 15, 2012 [1].
  2. About The Hubbell Group,” accessed March 15, 2012 [2].
  3. “Media bigwigs take leave, defect to the other side,” The Boston Business Journal, March 20, 2000 [3].
  4. The Hubbell Group Adds Doyle and Keenan,” Bulldog Reporter, February 28, 2012, accessed March 15, 2012 [4].
  5. Kelley Doyle Joins The Hubbell Group,” The Hingham Journal, April 26, 2012.
  6. “Fidelity Capital Markets unveils largest trading facility in the northeast; New facility increases worldwide trading capacity and provides for growth,” December 1, 1994 [5].
  7. Bank of Boston-Shawmut Merger Talks End,” by Michael Quint, The New York Times,: January 16, 1992 [6].
  8. “With Sales Sagging, Volkswagen Gets a New Ad Agency,” by Stuart Elliott, The New York Times, September 6, 2005 [7].
  9. College of Charleston Department of Communication Advisory Council, accessed March 15, 2012 [8].
  10. American Ireland Funds Boston Gala Dinner Committee, 2011, accessed March 15, 2012 [9].
  11. “American Ireland Fund fete raises $2M,” by Dana Bisbee, The Boston Herald, November 22, 2002
  12. “Hub benefit for the Emerald Isle takes in plenty of green,” by Dana Bisbee, The Boston Herald, November 20, 2000
  13. “Party in the Park Kickoff Luncheon Recap,” by Megan Johnson, The Boston Herald, February 29, 2012 [10].
  14. “First Time For Actresses,” by Jim Sullivan, The Boston Globe, May 10, 2001
  15. “Voices and Visions 2013” [11].
  16. Breast Cancer Research Foundation, Event Leadership, 2012 Hot Pink Luncheon & Symposium [12].
  17. “Pair Host Benefit for Cancer Research,” The Patriot Ledger, April 25, 2006
  18. “Local women host benefit for Women's Cancers Program,” The Hingham Journal, April 26, 2006 [13].
  19. “Lovely Parting Gifts That Sparkle At Armani; Young Lawyers Who Shine,” by Carol Beggy and Stephanie Stoughton, The Boston Globe, September 6, 2002
  20. Youth football cheerleaders compete,” The Hingham Journal, November 9, 2005 [14].
  21. “Advisory Council Adds New Members,” September 26, 2011, accessed March 15, 2012 [15].
  22. College of Charleston Department of Communication Advisory Council, accessed March 15, 2012 [16].
  23. Boston Business Journal, September 15–21, 2000
  24. “A happy blending; Love between two makes for one big family,” by Dana Bisbee, The Boston Herald, July 27, 2003
  25. “Latest from Hillary,” by Gayle Fee & Laura Raposa, The Boston Herald, July 13, 2003
  26. “Road trip to Hub needs more practice,” by Gayle Fee and Laura Raposa, The Boston Herald, July 20, 2003


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