Andrew Ulman is a creative individual who is passionate about helping others. His platform, Missing Persons 911, aims to highlight missing persons cases through news distribution and content creation.
While attending New England College, Andrew Ulman developed a passion for news distribution. This new passion of his was fostered by his work at the College’s radio station. There, he assisted the lead Disc Jockey (DJ) and even took the helm in his own program on the show. During his five years at New England College, Ulman developed his craft. Along the way, he ran his own radio show on the NEC radio station. He also assisted the Director with everyday operations. In 2000, Ulman graduated from New England College with a Bachelor of Arts degree. With his knowledge of the news distribution industry fresh in his mind, Ulman set out to make a true difference in the world.
In 2014, Andrew Ulman founded Missing Persons 911. As Lead Content Creator and Founder, Ulman uses this platform to distribute news in a way that he hopes is both life-changing and life-saving. Missing Persons 911 is a web-based news distribution platform that sets a spotlight on missing persons cases and incidents in real time. It also calls attention to wanted persons cases. Ulman uses the platform to inform the public on current Amber Alerts, Silver Alerts, Blue Alerts and the like both nationally and internationally. The ultimate goal of the project is to help bring missing persons home to their families and loved ones.