Streeter supports the brand team for Chick-fil-A, promoting on-demand platforms and brand campaigns. She brings years of experience to this role after building an enviable career on both coasts.
A lifelong fashionista, Streeter always had her sights set on New York and began working toward that goal during college, landing summer internships at Vogue and Harper’s Bazaar. She was undaunted by the long days and quirky egos, but soon decided that the editorial side was not her jam. It was a post-grad internship at KCD Worldwide that exposed her to the world of fashion PR and celebrity brand ambassadors.
Streeter began her career with Ralph Lauren, working her way up to Manager of Global Talent Relations. This post involved everything from negotiating celebrity rates, managing wardrobe fittings and social media shoots, and supervising press relations for events like the Met Gala, award shows and fashion week. She had many pinch-me moments – from befriending the Secret Service while working with Hilary Clinton to building relationships with the likes of Chance the Rapper, Bruce Springsteen, and her ultimate icon, Diane Keaton.
After five years in NYC, Streeter had an itch to move to Los Angeles, eventually landing another dream job as the Manager of Brand Partnerships at Bird – just as the scooter start-up was perching on city sidewalks across the country. From her base in Santa Monica, Streeter worked on deals with NBC, Adidas and Real Madrid, focusing on Bird’s sustainability message.
She majored in Communications Studies at Vanderbilt University, where she served two terms on the recruitment team for her sorority. Unknowingly, the experience of developing the messaging of the sorority’s “brand” while cultivating recruits paved the way for her endurance in the high-stakes world of public relations.
Streeter is thrilled to be back in her hometown of Atlanta, putting down permanent roots. Her hobbies include running, traveling, trying new restaurants and watching true crime documentaries. You can usually find her walking her rescue pup, Ralphie, named after A Christmas Story – not her favorite fashion label.