Alli Hunter Joseph is a seasoned journalist, producer and Shinnecock Indian Nation member who developed her producing, writing and editing skills working for large media companies like Scripps (Food Network), NBC Universal, Grey Advertising Worldwide, Newscorp, Salon, Cablevision, Viacom (VH1 and CBS News), AOL, Time Inc., USA Networks and Hachette Filipacchi. Alli has worked across TV, documentary film, digital and print media producing human interest and social justice stories, as well as in entertainment/news. Alli also records and edits oral histories for private clients to save stories of elders across cultures for future generations through her family history production company, Seventh Generation Stories. She was a McCormick Tribune Foundation Fellow in Executive Media Management and a Poynter Institute Sense-making Fellow, and sat on the board of the Radio and Television Digital News Association (RTDNA) representing Native American Journalists as ex-officio for the Native American Journalists Association (NAJA). Alli remains active in advocating for minority journalists’ entrepreneurship and career development, and co-directed a Ford Foundation-sponsored start-up business program called "NewU" for five years. Currently she is a host/producer for Salon, and a faculty member in entrepreneurial journalism for the Maynard Institute for Journalism Education’s Maynard200 program.
For fun and fitness, Alli is an avid indoor cycling enthusiast, and runs a community indoor cycling program called CycleMaplewood, which she conceived. She has also been to Skip Barber Racing School three times, driven and navigated multiple road rallies (and covered them), and likes educating audiences about cars, technology, entertainment and human interest stories. Alli was also a McCormick Tribune Foundation Fellow and a Poynter Institute Fellow. She lives in New Jersey with her husband and two children.