EMMY®-award winner media personality and president, AGANAR Media
Gaby Natale is a three-time Daytime EMMY®-award winner media personality, entrepreneur, bestselling author and speaker. She is the executive producer and host of the TV show SuperLatina that airs nationwide in VME TV, a member of the PBS family. Gaby Natale is one of the few women in the entertainment industry who owns not only the rights to her TV show but also a television studio. This unique situation has allowed her to combine her passion for media and her entrepreneurial spirit.
In 2018, People Magazine included Gaby in their “25 Powerful Latinas” annual edition. In 2017, Gaby became the first Spanish-language TV host to win back to back Daytime EMMYs in the “Outstanding Talent Category”. On May 2016, Gaby and SuperLatina won two Daytime Emmy awards for Outstanding Daytime Talent in a Spanish Language Program and Outstanding Entertainment Program in Spanish, respectively, making it a first for an independently-produced Spanish language show.
In the digital world, Gaby has developed a thriving fan base, with over 52 million views on YouTube and 200K+ followers on Social Media.
She is also the co-founder and President of AGANARmedia, a marketing company with a focus on Hispanic audiences. AGANARmedia’s clients include Fortune 500 companies such as Hilton Worldwide, Sprint, AT&T, Ebay and Amazon, to name a few.
In July 2017, Gaby launched her first book “El Círculo Virtuoso” in partnership with HarperCollins. The book became an instant bestseller debuting #1 in Amazon Hot New Releases in multiple categories including Business, Inspiration and Self-help.
Gaby Natale holds a BA in International Relations and a Master’s Degree in Journalism from the University of San Andres. While attending classes for her Master’s Degree in 2001, she met her husband, Andres O. Suarez. They married in 2003 and live in Grand Prairie, Texas.
Gaby was born on May 13, 1978 in La Plata, Argentina, the daughter of Mario Roberto Natale, a lawyer and current Director of Conflict Resolutions of the State Supreme Court of Buenos Aires, and María Cristina Camelino, a private practice lawyer. She has two younger brothers, Francisco and Alejandro.