Linda White Wolf; whom is of Chickasaw and New Zealand Maori descent has had an illustrious and entrepreneurial career in entertainment and communications for twenty years. Hailing originally from California, she has had a few acting roles in various TV shows and movies, her portfolio includes; Star Trek Next Generation, Deep Space Nine, Doctor Quinn Medicine Woman to name a few. For the last four years on television station KAZT in Phoenix Arizona, she has produced and hosted a TV morning show segment on "The Pat McMahon Show". Pat is a multi Emmy award winning television icon in the Arizona landscape and has been on television 40 years. Linda's segment; "Arizona Native News", has established itself nationally and internationally. One of only six American Indian news programs in the United States, Ms. White Wolf has interviewed celebrities, musical artists from rock, native to opera, and notable sports and political figures. Locally, Linda was a media consultant to two talk radio stations as Executive Producer, where she developed a series of equestrian talk-shows. In addition, she produced many other topical syndicated talk shows in the Phoenix market and nationally.
For over a decade Linda worked in executive management in the music industry in Los Angeles. Her creative insight and tenacity was instrumental in launching the careers, of several rock and reggae artists with platinum records. She landed the position of Executive Vice-President of "Mission Records", owned by Glenn Frey of the Eagles. And was the key element in launching this very successful record company and the artists that were signed to the roster. She also worked in the Programming Department for one of the Nation's top "Alternative-Rock" radio stations. Linda is the only Native American woman to achieve these positions in the mainstream music industry.
Linda also was the Executive Vice-President of the Native American Music Association/Awards, (Nammys) for the first 5 years. She started consulting and promoting Native American artists in the early 90's and has worked to promote Native American music and culture to mainstream audiences.