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Natalie Allen biography

Natalie Allen is the newest addition to the Weather Channel climate interactive team and will appear as anchor on Forecast Earth: This Week. Additionally, she will work in the field, reporting on the big stories impacting climate change and green solutions.

Natalie has been a broadcast journalist for more than 20 years, and most recently was a news correspondent for NBC News and a news anchor for MSNBC and CNN. In her 9 years at CNN, she also served as a correspondent for several News Magazine shows. Natalie has anchored breaking news stories both nationally and internationally, covering key moments in history and interviewing major newsmakers of our time. Throughout her long career, she has been assigned to cover the space program at Kennedy Space Center in Florida; reported live from the field during Presidential elections, and most recently, anchored live coverage of Hurricane Katrina for MSNBC. Natalie's report in her series about the dangers of children and accidental shootings won her a regional Emmy Award and Edward R. Murrow Award.

A native of Memphis, Natalie received her bachelor's degree in radio, TV, and film from the University of Southern Mississippi in Hattiesburg, MS, in 1984, where she has since been inducted into the Southern Miss Alumni Hall of Fame. She attended graduate school in political science at the University of Memphis. She has been a guest speaker for civic groups, universities, fraternal organizations and for three years, served as host and keynote speaker for the "Women Making a Mark" awards presentation by Atlanta magazine.

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Dr. Heidi Cullen biography

Dr. Heidi Cullen, former host of Forecast Earth: This Week, will continue as the scientific expert reporting on issues of climate change for The Weather Channel while also taking a position with Climate Central at Princeton University. This newly formed, non-profit, non partisan organization is dedicated to providing the public as well as policy makers with the latest peer-reviewed information on global climate change. In her dual role, Dr. Cullen will be an even greater asset to The Weather Channel and Forecast Earth: This Week by offering audiences direct access to the latest insights from the academic and scientific communities working on climate change.

Dr. Cullen joined The Weather Channel in 2003 as climate expert. Prior to this, she was a scientist at the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) in Boulder, Colorado, where she performed research in the U.S. Southwest and the Middle East, publishing on domestic and international climate topics.

As a post-doc, she received a NOAA Climate & Global Change Fellowship and spent two years working at the International Research Institute for Climate Prediction. She received a B.S. in Engineering/Operations Research from Columbia University in NYC and went on to receive a Ph.D. in climatology and ocean-atmosphere dynamics at the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory of Columbia University. Her dissertation focused on understanding the impacts and dynamics of the North Atlantic Oscillation, an important climate influence.

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