- School of Library and Information Science
Ann Cullen is the International Business Librarian at the Fletcher School at Tufts University. Prior to joining Fletcher she was a business librarian at Emory University's Goizueta Business School as well as at the Harvard Business School where she worked closely with faculty in course development and support. Prior to working at Harvard, Ann worked in corporate libraries in investment banking and private equity on Wall Street, including Credit Suisse First Boston, Warburg Pincus and Goldman Sachs. Cullen is also an RSA certified English as a Foreign Language instructor and taught full-time at Ericsson Telecommunications in Rome, Italy and for the British Embassy at the Bulgarian Ministry of Defense in Sofia, Bulgaria. She has taught courses as an adjunct professor at Pratt Institute in New York City and Simmons University. She has also offered continuing education courses on private equity research at SLA conferences.
Cullen has a B.A. in Art History and Economics from New York University, a M.L.S. from Columbia University and a Ph.D. from Simmons University in Library and Information Science. Her dissertation, completed in 2017, was on experiential field-based learning in management education. Cullen has served the Special Libraries Association (SLA) in a number of capacities, most recently in a three year leadership commitment to the SLA Business & Finance Division as Conference Division Program Planner, Chair and Past-Chair. She received the Division's Award for Outstanding Achievement in Business Librarianship in June 2007, the SLA Boston Chapter's Distinguished Member Award in 2011 and became an SLA Fellow in 2012.