Amy Stretten (she/they) is a bilingual, Black / Indigenous queer Femme journalist, columnist, commentator, and the creator of cultural fashion platform The Chief of Style. She is a member of the Chickahominy Tribe of Virginia and is currently an artist fellow at The Center for Cultural Power, an arts and culture social justice non-profit, where she is producing a narrative change project on decolonizing health and wellness in Indian Country. Most recently, she was featured in queer fashion book DapperQ Style: Ungendering Fashion from HarperCollins. Her work has appeared on Reckon News, Fox Soul, CNN / HLN, ABC News, NYPost, United Nations TV, Snapchat News, Aboriginal People’s Television Network, HuffPost Live, TYT Network, and ABC / Univision’s Fusion. She is a graduate of the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism, Mount Holyoke College, and completed coursework in Federal Indian policy while a WINS intern at American University in DC. She lives in Los Angeles (on Tongva ancestral land). You can find her on Instagram @ChiefofStyle.