Most folks don't realize their passion in life at an early age, but the same can't be said for Keli Fulton. From the moment she could speak, Keli realized she had a flare for talking! So much so, that her dad used to call her "Motor Mouth, John Moschitta" (you know, the fast-talking guy from the Micro Machines commercial).
Keli turned her love of talking into a passion to tell people's stories. For the first nine years of her career, those stories centered around sports.
Keli comes to West Palm Beach after spending four years as a sports anchor/reporter at the NBC affiliate in New Orleans. In her time in the "Big Easy", she covered the Saints Super Bowl Championship, the Hornets run to the Western Conference Semifinals in 2008, LSU's national championships in Football and Baseball, and several Mardi Gras Parades and Balls (true, they're not sports related, but hey, it's N'Awlins Baby!).
The Whittier College alum is happy she could make the transition to news and telling "everyday people" stories in South Florida, a place she fell in love with on a business trip in 2009!
Keli is a member of the National Association of Black Journalist and the Athenian Society and when she's not on air, you'll likely find her working out, just hanging out around town, or trying to brush up on her Espanol! So when you see her...make sure you give this Fort Worth, Texas native a "Howdy"!