Bullying & School Safety
Internationally recognized as an expert on the subject of Anti-Bullying and School Violence Prevention, Dr. Cerullo has provided many workshops on these two issues. He is interviewed regularly by many local and national media outlets on the subject of Bullying and School Violence and is a passionate public speaker on this topic of extreme interest to parents, educators and legislators across the country. He has written numerous articles and books on the subject matter, and has lectured at many local, state, and regional education forums and conferences.
Dr. Cerullo founded Teach Anti-Bullying, Inc. in an effort to further help raise awareness about what bullying really is, and how it, along with school violence can be prevented. Prior to founding Teach Anti-Bullying, Inc., Dr. Cerullo began his career in education teaching Social Science Education. From here, his career has included positions as a K-8 School Principal; Director of Early Childhood Education; Assistant Middle School Academic Vice Principal; Assistant High School Vice-Principal/Director of Athletics; and Interim Secondary Charter School Principal.
In 2005, Dr. Cerullo was invited to the White House as an expert panel member in the area of school violence prevention. Dr. Cerullo was asked to be the first keynote presenter at the State of Louisiana’s first Anti-Bullying Call to Action Conference in 2012, and was invited back to Baton Rouge in March of 2013 and October of 2013 for their anti-bullying summit. In November of 2013, Dr. Cerullo was honored by the Philadelphia 76ers with the Heroes Among Us Award. The Sixers “Heroes Among Us” awards people in the greater Philadelphia-area who have made exceptional and overwhelming contributions to better the lives of children in the community.