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Kristina Schake Appointed as Executive Vice President of Global Communications for The Walt Disney Company

Kristina Schake, who has previously worked for President Biden, President Obama, and Hillary Clinton, has been appointed as the new Vice President of Global Communications for The Walt Disney Company.

The Walt Disney Company tweeted the news just moments ago:

Disney stated, “We’re pleased to welcome Kristina Schake as Executive Vice President of Global Communications. She will be responsible for our worldwide communications strategy and operations, and serve as the Company’s lead spokesperson.”

Schake has previously been in charge of President Biden’s Covid vaccine education efforts, worked as communications director for Michelle Obama, and also worked on Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign.

Schake will now serve as The Walt Disney Company’s lead spokesperson.

Read the full press release from Disney below:

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“The Walt Disney Company has named Kristina Schake as Executive Vice President, Global Communications, reporting to Chief Corporate Affairs Officer Geoff Morrell. She will be responsible for the Company’s worldwide communications strategy and operations, while also serving as lead spokesperson. Her appointment is effective immediately.

Schake has spent three decades working at the nexus of government, media, business, entertainment, and technology. Most recently, she was appointed by President Biden to lead the nationwide COVID-19 vaccine education campaign and was previously Global Communications Director for Instagram. Schake was Deputy Communications Director for Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign and served in the Obama administration as Special Assistant to the President and Communications Director to the First Lady.

“I could not be more pleased to welcome Kristina to Disney and to have her leading communications for the company,” Morrell said. “Her experience in the public and private sectors, in political and corporate campaigns, make her ideally suited for this important role and to help me integrate communications with government relations, public policy, and corporate social responsibility into a new Corporate Affairs team. Together with the exceptional professionals at Disney, we will help the world’s greatest storytelling company engage even more effectively with our many stakeholders around the world.”

Said Schake, “As Disney approaches its 100th anniversary, I’m excited to lead the company’s global communications work at this pivotal moment of growth and transformation. The magical stories and experiences Disney creates enrich the lives of countless people around the world and it’s an honor for me to be a part of that, helping Bob Chapek, Geoff Morrell, and the talented teams throughout the company tell the story of Disney as it begins its second century.”

With this role, Schake is returning home to California, where she served for several years as the senior communications strategist for First Lady Maria Shriver, the Women’s Conference, and the California Endowment’s Building Healthy Communities Initiative. In 2009, she co-founded the American Foundation for Equal Rights, which led the successful bipartisan public awareness campaign and legal challenge to restore marriage equality to California. She began her career working for Los Angeles Mayor Richard J. Riordan. Schake is a native of Sonoma, California, and is a graduate of Johns Hopkins University.”

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    1. Let’s see how it goes. I mean she has experience in the White House so she might do a good job.

    1. I can’t tell if it was positive or negative. Seriously I am not joking I am confused.

  1. Well now this is going to be interesting. Well since she does seem to have good experience I’m government and equal rights so I think she might do a good job. Let’s wait and see what happens

  2. Excellent choice. Show those conservative snowflakes in Florida who’s in charge.

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