Amy Stretten is a bilingual multimedia producer and social media savvy communications professional. More specifically, she is a blogger, model and podcast host and the creator of The Chief of Style, a life and style blog where she shares her tips for being the boss of your home, your life and your wardrobe. When she’s not working with brands and shooting for her blog, she’s providing her services as a freelance communications consultant.
In previous roles, she has served as the National Affairs Correspondent for a millennial-focused news network, Fusion (now Splinter); a news anchor for a Native American television news and culture program, The Seminole Channel; a general assignment reporter, covering breaking news stories in and around New York City for the New York Post; as a commentator during a live, panel-style interview at the United Nations during the celebration for World Indigenous Peoples Day; and, she has produced news packages that have aired nationally on television in Canada, the U.S. and online.
Amy’s work has appeared on Fusion.net, Alicia Menendez Tonight, ABCNews.com, The Seminole Channel, New York Post (print, web and video), AOL/Huffington Post, HuffPost LIVE, United Nations UNTV, UN.org, UNRadio, Aboriginal Peoples Television Network National News (Canada), The New York Times/CUNY’s The Local, CUNY-TV 219 West and the NYCity News Service, among others.
Amy is mixed-race and an enrolled member of the Chickahominy Tribe of Virginia. She is also a queer-identified femme who draws from her personal experience, navigating the world through a multicultural lens to share stories that matter but may otherwise be misunderstood or overlooked. Amy lives with her chihuahua-pomeranian rescue named Valentino in Los Angeles, CA.