Constance Iloh
Published January 11, 2017
Updated August 1, 2022

Constance Iloh is a visual artist, photographer, anthropologist, and qualitative methodologist.  Iloh’s photography has been featured by Photo Vogue, NBC Los Angeles, and the Los Angeles Center of Photography. As a luminary, speaker, and strategist; Constance has shared her insights with NBC Universal and the Tavis Smiley Show.

 Constance is the author of works such as, “Do It for the Culture: The Case for Memes in Qualitative Research” in the International Journal of Qualitative Methods.  Iloh has also served as an invited luminary for SAGE Methods where she created the lesson, “The Visual Arts, Photography, and Qualitative Research.“

 Constance Iloh was an exhibiting artist in the 2023, “Our Truths, Be Told” art exhibition which featured her photography. The exhibition took place at Sovern and was sponsored by the Los Angeles Center of Photography.

 Constance Iloh’s website is can learn more about Constance Iloh by also visiting her photography website, Twitter, YouTube, Photo Vogue,  Instagram,  LinkedIn, Facebook,  Medium, TikTok, Pinterest, About.Me, Tumblr, and her blog.

A Black woman in a long navy blue dress stands agains a background of trees and a path. She is smiling and has her hands in her pockets.

Courtesy Constance Iloh

Pronouns: She/her

Expertise: Human behavior, anthropology, culture, qualitative inquiry, power asymmetries, organizational behavior, diversity, business strategy, workplace culture, race and identity, racism, misogynoir, Blackness, toxic work environments, mobbing and bullying, popular culture, innovation

Location: Los Angeles, Calif.

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Twitter: @ConstanceIloh

Instagram: @constance.iloh

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