Ted is the Director, Heritage Communications and has managed the historical collections of The Coca-Cola Company since June 1997. In this role, he oversees an extensive collection of physical and digital artifacts that showcase the rich history of The Coca-Cola Company. He served as the Project Manager for the program to restore, digitize and catalog over 25,000 historical ads created by The Coca-Cola Company over the past 50 years for donation to the US Library of Congress. He was an integral member of the design team in developing the historical components of the World of Coca-Cola. Ted wrote a book celebrating 100 years of Coca-Cola in Latin America and is a regular contributor to Coca-Cola Journey, the Coca-Cola Conversations blog and also engages consumers and customers via the Coca-Cola Archives Facebook and Twitter pages. He has additionally served as Company spokesperson for programs on CNN, Food Network and Antiques Roadshow. Prior to joining The Coca-Cola Company, Ted held several important roles at the Atlanta History Center over the course of ten years. His duties included curating the Atlanta Braves Museum at Turner Field, the Bobby Jones Golf Collection and creating the History Center’s first website. While at the History Center, Ted won an Emmy as Associate Producer and Researcher for a documentary on minor league baseball in the South. Ted, who earned a bachelor’s degree in history from Emory University in Atlanta, is an acknowledged thought leader in the archival community. He is a member of the Society of American Archivists, for whom he is a past Chair of the Business Archives Section. As a member of the Association of Moving Image Archivists, he also has chaired the Digital Initiatives Group and has presented papers on Corporate Archives and Digital Asset Management. Ted is a member of the Academy of Certified Archivists and is on the editorial board of the Journal of Digital Asset Management.