With over fourteen years of client retention, quality assurance and guest satisfaction through the Hyatt and Hilton Hotels, Clara Hubbard received Hilton Corporations top honor in 2007 “Be Hospitable Award”.
In August 2009, she joined LSSI as Community Liaison of Marketing; Salem House In-Touch Home Care. Clara’s compassion for Senior Citizens to receive quality care enhanced Salem House reputation as a competitor in building and maintaining relationships that serve Chicago’s senior community.
May 2011, Clara launched her radio show “Senior Talk w/Clara Hubbard”. She has worked vigorously with churches, hospitals, nursing homes and referral sources throughout Chicago and local media outlets such as Change for The Better, CAN-TV and many others. Currently, she can be heard every Monday, Wednesday and Friday @10:00 AM on AM 1570 WBGX – The Big Gospel Express, Tune-In Radio and www.seniortalk.webs.com.
Her radio show has been media/partners radio sponsors for Tatisa Joiner Foundation, JenCare Med, Oak Street Health, The Insurance Exchange, Broadway in Bronzeville, Harold Washington Cultural Center, Du Sable Museum, African Festival of the Arts, South Side Diabetes, Gold Rush Women’s Conference, Lupus Society of Illinois, Southeast Chamber Soul Festival, Metro Area Breast Cancer Task Force, Chicago Auto Show, Black Women’s Expo & many more.
In 2015, The Golden Hope Foundation presented her with the Golden Impact Award and Senior Talk w/Clara Hubbard celebrated 5 years as the “Grand-Daughter in the community”. Soon after her 5 year on the air anniversary, she was honored at the Harold Washington Cultural Center Annual Gala receiving the Community Engagement Award in May 2016.
Clara received her Bachelor of Science in Marketing from Southern University A & M College, Baton Rouge, LA.
“Our show hosts many events for “People Getting Better with Age” through arts, entertainment and travel. “I am so excited to bring numerous opportunities to dedicated to the vast senior community here in the Chicago” Known as People Getting Better with Age”. Visit www.seniortalk.webs.com to learn more.