The hosts of "Good Morning America" are Robin Roberts, George Stephanopoulos, Lara Spencer and Amy Robach, as of April 2015. Spencer is a lifestyle anchor, Robach is a news anchor and Stephanopoulos and Roberts are the show's hosts. Spencer has been on the show since 2002, Robach since 2012, Roberts since 2002 and Stephanopoulos since 2007.
During the time of Roberts' tenure as a host, Good Morning America has won three Emmys in a row for Outstanding Morning Program. She has interviewed illustrious public figures like United States President Barack Obama, First Lady Michelle Obama, actor Sidney Poitier and basketball star Kareem Abdul-Jabbar.
Programs hosted by Roberts on Good Morning America have covered global events. She accompanied former First Lady Laura Bush for the show on a trip to the Middle East, where they promoted breast cancer awareness in the region. The show also accompanied former U.S. President Bill Clinton to the Africa to cover AIDS in the region. On camera, Roberts climbed the Mayan pyramids in Mexico as part of a series about the seven wonders of the world.
Thanks to its hosts, Good Morning America had a presence within the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention during the "swine flu" virus outbreak, and covered the 2008 presidential campaigns as its host traveled the country and interviewed candidates.