Dedicated to helping others, Andrew Ulman founded Missing Persons 911 in 2013 to bring light to breaking missing persons incidents and cold cases.
In 2000, Andrew Ulman graduated from New England College with a Bachelor of Arts degree. During his five year enrollment at the College, Ulman hosted his own radio show. This experience gave him a taste of one of his life’s greatest passions: news distribution. Keeping active on campus, Ulman also participated in various other extracurricular activities at NEC. In addition to his responsibilities at the radio station (which included assisting the lead director), he also played on the lacrosse team and represented his peers on the student council.
Andrew Ulman launched Missing Persons 911 in 2013. Missing Persons 911 is a web-based news distribution platform. On a daily basis, Ulman uses this platform to curate breaking news stories regarding missing persons cases. Posting in real time as the stories unfold, Missing Persons 911 informs the public on current Amber Alerts, Silver Alerts and Blue Alerts. As lead content creator, Ulman researches breaking missing persons and wanted persons cases. He then informs his audience about these incidents, providing as much detail as possible.
As someone who genuinely enjoys helping others, Andrew Ulman is proud of his Missing Persons 911 platform. The ultimate goal of the project is to increase the likelihood of missing persons returning to their families and loved ones. More than just a local project, Ulman’s platform maintains a global reach. Occasionally, Missing Persons 911 also touches on cold cases. Ulman strongly believes that these stories also need to be told. By informing the public about past and present missing persons cases, the content creator hopes to truly make a positive difference in the world.
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