Alli Joseph is a TV host, writer, producer, author and family historian.
Specializing in branded entertainment across lifestyle, news and entertainment, Alli developed her broadcast, journalism and marketing skills over 18 years' time working on-air, online, and in print for large media companies like Scripps (Food Network), Grey Worldwide, Ogilvy, Margeotes, Fertitta & Partners, News Corporation, Viacom (VH1 and CBS News), Cablevision, WB, Hotjobs.com/Yahoo, AOL, Time Inc., and Hachette Filipacchi Media, among others. She is the author of "The Shaolin Way: Ten Modern Secrets of Survival from a Shaolin Grandmaster" (Harper Collins Entertainment). A versatile talent, Alli has created content across multiple platforms, including the digital space, print, television and radio. She often lectures to private groups on building personal brand and fulfilling brand promise.
Alli co-produced a documentary called "The Last Piece", about saving the ancestral lands of the Shinnecock Indian Nation, of which she is a member. Every year, she dances in full tribal regalia at the Shinnecock Pow Wow in Southampton, NY. She has programmed film festival sections (Hamptons International Film Festival), sat on the board of the RTDNA (Radio and Television News Directors Association) representing Native American Journalists, and considers her advocacy work with young Native American broadcast students among the most important things she does. Saving family stories and legacy is a passion: after her mother passed away, Alli founded her production company Seventh Generation Stories (www.7genstories.com), which helps clients save their family stories for future generations.
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 York with her husband and two young children.