Constance Hunter is executive vice president at AIG where she leads the company’s global strategy and ESG program. She is also a member of AIG’s Executive Leadership team
Ms. Hunter is an expert in macroeconomic and industry analysis, having been recognized among the first economists to forecast pivotal economic events, including the impacts of COVID-19 on the U.S. and other global economies, the 2007 real estate and credit crisis, and the 2001 bust of the Dotcom bubble.
Prior to joining AIG, Ms. Hunter was the Chief Economist for KPMG and a member of the Growth and Strategy leadership team. Also, she previously served as Deputy Chief Investment Officer at AXA Investment Managers, where she helped lead the management of more than $500 billion in fixed income assets.
Ms. Hunter earned a BA in Economics and Sociology from New York University, a master’s degree from Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs and the Certified Business Economist designation.