'Tennessee's Wild Side' is a survival program, and sometimes features Gretchen, for her experience in survival instructor training.
Gretchen worked for a CBS affiliate in Orlando, FL, giving her expert-analysis of season two, Survivor: The Australian Outback.
Gretchen co-hosts a morning radio show called 'Ryan & Gretchen' in Clarksville, TN. The radio station is Q108/107.9 WCVQ.
Gretchen is a member of Amnesty International.
Gretchen earned a Cadre Award from her survival instructor training class. A Cadre is awarded to the person who most exemplifies the spirit of survival.
Gretchen recieved $15,000 as her prize on Survivor.
Gretchen has an IQ of 142.
Gretchen Cordy has two children: Ava and Eli.
Gretchen's favourite television show is Everybody Loves Raymond.
Gretchen's favourite band is the Foo Fighters.
Gretchen's favourite sports team is the Red Wings.
Gretchen's favourite movie is Grass.
Gretchen's favourite alcohol: Champagne.
On Survivor, instead of bringing a journal for her luxury item, Gretchen brought a toothbrush.
Gretchen Cordy was the first person voted off Survivor, right after the two tribes merged. Gretchen was the seventh person voted out, making her tenth overall.
Gretchen: (About being voted off Survivor) I would hope it was because they thought I was a threat. That'd make me feel good.
Gretchen Cordy (of Survivor): The voting is definitely the hardest part of the game.
Gretchen Cordy: There is no failure except in no longer trying, and I don't plan to fail!