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Terri Sullivan is a two-time Emmy award winner with a passion for news. Terri thrives on getting news first, fast and accurate. She anchors ABC 6 News at noon Monday through Friday. Terri also shows off her talents for asking the tough questions and getting the stories first when she reports during the week.

Terri is dedicated to the Central Ohio community, volunteering at Our Lady of Guadalupe Center, a food pantry serving the Hispanic community in Central Ohio. For more than a decade Terri has co-hosted the Jerry Lewis Labor Day MDA telethon, helping to raise more than a million dollars for Central Ohioans battling muscular diseases. She's been honored by Komen Columbus Race For The Cure for "going the extra mile" in the fight against breast cancer. Terri has worked tirelessly for the Central Ohio Diabetes Association, as honorary chairperson for their annual "Swim For Diabetes." She's also been involved with the Homeless Families Foundation and the Central Ohio Radio Reading Service, an audio service for the blind. Terri is a loyal walker for "Elijah's Extreme Team" in the annual Buddy Walk that supports the Down Syndrome Association of Central Ohio.

Terri is also a big supporter of area schools. She's been honored with the prestigious 2009 "Friend of Education" award for her volunteer work at Hilliard Davidson High School. She's also involved with the Davidson Drama Boosters, which supports the school's award-winning theatre program, and the Bishop Watterson High School Hockey Team.

Terri grew up in Rockland County, just outside New York City, and always raced her sisters to get first crack at the morning paper to find out what was going on. She attended Boston University on a full swimming scholarship, graduating with a degree in Broadcast Journalism.

She got her start at WRKL-AM, an award-winning radio news team in New York state. She has worked at NBC News and CNN in New York. At WREX-TV in Rockford, Illinois, she was honored with the Silver Dome Award for Superior Broadcast Achievement.

Terri lives in Columbus with her husband, Mike, and their two active children. She enjoys working out, reading, watching crime shows on TV and her dog, Archie. When not at work Terri can usually be found in her car driving to hockey or basketball practice, play practice, voice lessons, golf match, school...wave when you see her drive by!