1998 to present: reporter/anchor, WRAL-TV; 1996 to 1998: weekend anchor/reporter, WRTV-TV, Indianapolis, Ind.; 1993 to 1996: WTVC-TV, Chattanooga, Tenn.; 1991 to 1993; reporter, WGMC-TV, Worcester, Mass.; 1987 to 1991: radio news anchor/reporter, WFGL-AM and WTAG-AM, central Massachusetts
Awards & Recognition:
Cullen's investigative reporting has won awards from the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, The Associated Press, Radio-Television News Directors Association of the Carolinas and the National E911 Institute.
To be fair and accurate; responsibility to community. Every day, I am a student and a teacher.
Bachelor of Arts in Speech Communication, 1986, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Cleveland, Tenn. (hometown: Athens, Tenn.)
Hobbies, Interests & Community Involvement:
Reading, sports, travel, family and the Special Olympics
Wife, Ela; son, Michael; daughter, Elizabeth
Favorite Books & Movies:
Book and movie: "To Kill a Mockingbird"
All the network news sites, TVSpy.com, Investigative Reporters and Editors Inc. and The New York Times
Likes Best About North Carolina:
The beaches and mountains can be found in one state.
Most Memorable Assignments:
Covered tornadoes, floods and hurricanes. There is nothing more inspiring than watching people persevere in the face of tragedy.