Rachel Scott is an Emmy-award winning journalist at ABC News, where she produces and reports across all platforms including digital, radio and the broadcast. Since joining ABC News in 2016, she has reported on the ground in Florida covering Hurricane Irma, reported live in the network's special of the "Great American Eclipse," reported on the nation's most competitive midterm races; and has interviewed newsmakers like Oprah Winfrey and Serena Williams.
Currently, Rachel is traveling the country covering the 2018 midterm election and producing a series for Good Morning America's digital platform highlighting first-time female candidates. A California-native, she has covered Hollywood's biggest award shows and movie premieres including the Oscars, the Grammy Awards, the MTV Movie Awards and the Video Music Awards.
Rachel is a graduate of the University of Southern California and is an Emma Bowen Foundation alumnus. She received her first Daytime Emmy award this year as a digital producer for Good Morning America and was recently nominated for a second Emmy award as a correspondent for the network's special program of the "Great American Eclipse." She is also the recipient of Edward R. Murrow award for Overall Excellence in Television and Overall Excellence in Radio. Prior to joining ABC News, Rachel worked at KCBS/KCAL9 News in Los Angeles.