Christina Glorioso is a former Fighting Irish student manager and a “Double Domer” who received an undergraduate degree in finance and computer applications in 1995 and her MBA in ’99. Glorioso began her four-year term on the Monogram Club Board of Directors in September of 2015.
With almost 20 years of experience in marketing and sales across the media, entertainment and technology industries, Glorioso is currently the Senior Vice President, Client Solutions at NBCUniversal. Christina oversees sales marketing activities for NBC News Group, which includes the TODAY show, Nightly News, Meet the Press, MSNBC, CNBC and related digital properties.
Glorioso’s prior marketing experience spans the client side, serving as Chief Marketing Officer of Majesco Entertainment, a video game publisher focused on the casual games market with family-friendly titles such as Zumba Fitness. She also served as Vice President of Marketing at MTV Games, which globally launched the award-winning video game Rock Band.
Glorioso, a native of Rockville Centre, N.Y., spent time on the media side at Viacom in a strategic marketing and business development role representing the company’s entire media portfolio, including MTV Networks (which consists of MTV, VH1, CMT, Nickelodeon, Spike, Comedy Central, TV Land, and more), CBS and Paramount.
Glorioso’s time as a student manager at Notre Dame instilled in her the passion for sports and event management, leading to her first role out of business school at SFX (which later became Live Nation), representing various sports and music properties including Super Bowl host cities, Little League Baseball, the Women’s World Cup soccer team (’99) and more.
In addition to joining the Monogram Club Board of Directors, Glorioso serves on the Dean’s Business Advisory Council of Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business and has received the “Distinguished Alumni Award” from the school.
While the highs and lows of marketing excite Glorioso at work, her life accomplishments include summiting Mount Kilimanjaro and earning her Master Diver SCUBA certification, but her greatest achievement is being a mom to her four sons: Chase, twins Jake and Jesse and Camden.