Amanda

Amanda Rosseter Schab is an award-winning former journalist with extensive experience in media and strategic communications. Amanda is currently Global Director of Media, Corporate Public Affairs and Communications, for The Coca-Cola Company where she manages media and external communications for the company, CEO and executive leadership. With a deep background working with high-level executives, politicians and worldwide media, Amanda leads communications strategies and messaging for high-profile events such as the Clinton Global Initiative, the London Olympic Games and World Economic Forum at Davos.

Previously, Amanda worked for 18 years as a broadcast journalist, correspondent and news anchor for ABC, NBC, CNN and most recently, WSB-TV in Atlanta. She has covered four presidential elections, debates and inaugurals, and numerous breaking news events such as the September 11th attacks, Hurricane Katrina and the launch of the Iraq War.

Amanda is the winner of four Emmy awards, three prestigious Edward R. Murrow awards, two national Gabriel awards, and nine Associated Press awards for documentary writing and investigative reporting. She has also been honored with a Columbia University DuPont Silver Baton for Investigative Journalism, widely regarded as the broadcast equivalent of the Pulitzer Prize.