Alli Hunter Joseph
Alli Hunter Joseph is an enrolled member of the Shinnecock Indian Nation in Southampton, NY. She grew up as a “city Indian” in New York City, and an on-camera host, journalist/producer, family historian and published author, Alli frequently lectures and leads seminars on branding, oral history, and entrepreneurship. She is currently Weekend Editor and a writer/producer/on-camera host for Salon.com. Alli developed her broadcast, journalism and marketing skills over many years' time working on-air, online, and in print for large media companies like Scripps (Food Network), Grey Worldwide, Margeotes, Fertitta & Partners, News Corporation, Viacom (VH1 and CBS News), Cablevision, WB, Hotjobs.com/Yahoo, AOL, Time Inc., and Hachette Filipacchi Media. As well, her book, "The Shaolin Way: Ten Modern Secrets of Survival from a Shaolin Grandmaster", was published by Harper Collins. She also programmed a Native American section at the Hamptons International Film Festival, sat on the board of the RTDNA (Radio and Television Digital News Association) as ex-officio representative for the Native American Journalists Association, and considers her advocacy work with young Native American broadcast students among the most important things she does. Alli was a McCormick Tribune Foundation Fellow in 2007, completing the Executive Media Management program at the Northwestern University/Kellogg School of Management in association with the Medill School of Journalism. She was also a Poynter Institute Sensemaking Fellow. A fitness enthusiast, Alli is a MadDogg Spinning instructor and lives in New York and New Jersey with her family. See Alli's on-camera hosting/reporting reels and other work, here.