Elizabeth Schulze is a multiplatform reporter at ABC News based in Washington, D.C. Her reporting regularly appears on “Good Morning America,” “World News Tonight with David Muir,” ABC News Live, and all ABC News television and audio affiliates.
Schulze is the host of the ABC News Live series “Ca$hing In with Elizabeth Schulze,” which breaks down how decisions by economic policymakers in Washington impact Americans’ pocketbooks. She also fills in as a guest host of ABC’s flagship daily podcast “Start Here” and as a co-anchor of ABC News’ network shows “World News Now” and “America This Morning.”
Schulze also played a key part of the team covering the 2020 presidential and 2022 midterm elections, the Jan. 6 Capitol attack, and the second impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump for ABC NewsOne and ABC Audio. She has led ABC News’ network coverage of the debt ceiling debate, the failure of Silicon Valley Bank, and the impact of inflation on the U.S. and global economy.
Prior to joining ABC in 2020, she worked at CNBC, covering economics, financial markets and technology for eight years. She was a correspondent at CNBC International, based in London, for over two years. Before relocating to London, Schulze was based at CNBC’s global headquarters in New Jersey, where she was responsible for the Federal Reserve beat.
In addition to reporting on the business sector, she has traveled across the country for breaking news stories, including the Senate race in Georgia, violent threats against election workers in Pennsylvania, and Hurricane Ida in Louisiana. In July 2023, she traveled with President Joe Biden to the NATO Summit in Lithuania.
Throughout her career, Schulze has moderated panels and interviews across Europe and the Middle East with chief executives and top policymakers, including at the IMF Annual Meetings in Washington, D.C.; the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland; and Web Summit in Lisbon, Portugal.
A Minnesota native, Schulze graduated magna cum laude with a double major in journalism and international studies from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism.