Donna Krache, President
Donna Krache is an award-winning producer, writer and educator who has worked for CNN, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution and Georgia State University, and supported several business and organizations in crafting messages and executing media events. Among her professional accomplishments, Donna Krache
- Led the first show to go “all digital,” at CNN, migrating from a TV broadcast to a streamed online show.
- Won three Peabody Awards for coverage of Hurricane Katrina and its Aftermath, the 2008 Presidential Primary Campaigns and Debates, and the Gulf Oil Spill in 2010.
- Was awarded the DeWitt Carter Reddick Award recognizing Excellence in Communication from the University of Texas at Austin.
- Authored articles for CNN, the Marietta Daily Journal and others, and web content for businesses in service industries.
- Has written speeches, press releases, broadcast scripts, program proposals, educational and training curricula, email copy and more. She is a copy editor proficient in Associated Press (AP) style.
In addition, Donna has a team of experienced videographers, photographers, editors and on-air talent at the ready, should your project require these skills.