Sonya D. Kitchell (born March 1, 1989 in Northampton, Massachusetts) is an American singer-songwriter. She released her album Words Came Back to Me on 4 April 2006. She previously released an EP Cold Day in 2005.

She was interviewed by reporter Howard Berkes on the National Public Radio program All Things Considered that aired on Saturday, June 3, 2006, where she played some of her music.

Words Came Back to Me was the second album released through the Starbucks Hear Music program, putting her album in both coffee and record stores across the U.S.Antigone Rising was the first group to be sold through the program. She made her UK debut at the Starbucks UK and Ireland leadership conference held at The Barbican Centre in London, where she performed 3 songs for the delegates.

Kitchell's latest album, titled This Storm, was released in the USA in September 2008.

Her song Soldier's Lament was played during the final minutes of the last episode of the fourth season of The Unit.

Kitchell was born in Massachusetts. Growing up in Ashfield, Massachusetts, she attended the Hilltown Cooperative Charter School in the Williamsburg village of Haydenville, and continued her education at the Pioneer Valley Performing Arts Charter Public School.

She is the daughter of artist Peter Kitchell, and has a younger brother approximately five years her junior named Max, currently attending the Academy at Charlemont in Charlemont, Massachusetts. She and her father had a father/daughter photography exhibit at Gallery 137 featuring 15 large prints and 20 smaller prints.