Kristen Fletcher - Asian-American TV & Film Alliance
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Kristen Fletcher


Kristen Fletcher began her media career in the highly competitive NBC Universal East Coast Page Program, where she was President of Page Council and a live on-air contributor for MSNBC. Post-Page, she quickly moved up the television news-producer ranks, becoming a segment producer on several MSNBC shows and NBC News’ “Early TODAY.” After several years at NBC, “FOX & Friends” (that network’s #1-rated cable morning news show) brought Kristen on as a news writer.

It was her love for telling stories that ultimately led Kristen to her current role, an independent director of Public Relations. At ICR, a top communications firm, she played a key role in the success of several accounts, including: Sports Authority, Noodles & Company, Wingstop, Zoe’s Kitchen, MOD Pizza, Olo, and Materialise. She consistently lands her current clients stories in top-tier publications and media outlets, including: The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, CNBC, Forbes, NBC News, FOX News, and Associated Press.