|Position:||Basketball Director of Information Technology|
|Alma Mater:||Duke '07|
Kevin Cullen is in his fifth year as director of information technology for the Duke men's basketball program after serving the previous five years as the program's video coordinator. In his current role, he oversees all aspects of the team's video needs, including opponent scouting, film exchange, managing the video room and supplying the coaching staff with game film. Cullen served in a similar capacity with USA Basketball from 2008-16.
He also assists with Mike Krzyzewski's basketball camps and K Academy.
A Durham, N.C., native, Cullen was a manager and assistant video coordinator for the men's basketball program as an undergraduate. In addition to assisting the staff and team with logistics relating to practice, scouting, games and travel, he worked with the director of basketball operations to coordinate all video needs for the staff. In 2007, he received the Gopal Varadhan Senior Manager Award.
Cullen rejoined the program after spending one year as a support manager with Sportstec, USA. In that position, he trained customers to use the software and develop efficient workflows. He also managed customer accounts in the Southeast United States and developed the platform for Sportstec's future user interface.
Cullen and his wife, Holly, reside in Durham.