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Ann Kellan is a science correspondent for CNN. She contributes regular reports to Next@CNN, a one-hour weekly magazine-format program covering science, technology, space, aviation and environmental current events.
Previously, Kellan was host for CNN's Science & Technology Week, a weekly newsmagazine about the leading scientific and technological developments. She joined CNN in 1993 as a freelance reporter.
Nominated for two Emmy awards, Kellan was honored with awards from the American Cancer Society for a series on children; the Maryland Speech, Language and Hearing Association for her reporting on hearing-related stories; and Sigma Delta Chi for feature reporting.
Kellan began her broadcasting career at WHAM Radio and WOKR-TV in Rochester, N.Y. From 1981-1985, she worked in Providence, R.I., as a medical reporter for WPRI-TV. She also worked at WJZ-TV in Baltimore as the station's "Healthwatch" reporter and noon anchor.
Kellen earned a bachelor's degree in speech communication from of the University of Virginia.