Meet the Team
United News International currently relies on a team of professional news anchors in four cities to write and present news reports to the news agency’s global audience. Their ranks are expected to grow dramatically as UNI expands its bureaus into major national capital regions around the world.
Cambrie Caldwell is senior anchor and writer, leading the anchor team from UNI’s U.S. headquarters. Prior to UNI, Caldwell worked at KNBP, a public broadcasting station in Reno, Nevada. She attended Oregon State University and graduated in 2011 from The Master’s College in Southern California with a degree in print media communications. Caldwell joined UNI in 2014.
Caitlin Mangum is an anchor and Washington, D.C., bureau chief, covering U.S. politics and military news. Previously, Mangum produced talk shows for SiriusXM PGA TOUR Radio and served as a video host for SB Nation, covering primarily the NFL and NBA. Prior to that, she worked for Comcast SportsNet and Fox Sports Florida.
Kurumi (“Rumi”) Fukushima is an anchor and New York correspondent, covering business and financial markets. Previously, she was a journalist for CNBC, where she created and hosted a daily segment called “The Bottom Line” for CNBC.com. She also covered the U.S. stock market and other business news for TheStreet. Fukushima has a graduate journalism degree from Columbia University.
Kristel Yap is an anchor and Metro Manila correspondent, covering news in Southeast Asia. Prior to UNI, Yap was a news anchor at Myanmar International Television in Rangon, Myanmar. Yap is originally from Pampanga, Philippines and is a graduate of Miriam College.
Neela Eyunni is an anchor and writer at UNI’s U.S. headquarters. Eyunni has worked in print, online and broadcast journalism for the past 12 years, including six years in Beijing, China. In China, she produced and anchored China Central Television’s ﬂagship program “Asia Today.” Eyunni, a documentary filmmaker, also wrote, produced and narrated the film “On the Brink: Uncharted Waters,” which aired on National Geographic Channel.
Rachael Latham is an anchor and writer at UNI’s U.S. headquarters. Prior to United News International, she worked as a sports reporter for terrestrial television in the United Kingdom, including Channel 4 and the BBC. A Paralympics medalist in swimming, Latham covered the London 2012, Sochi 2014 and Rio 2016 Olympic Games.
Matt Paul is an anchor and writer at UNI’s U.S. headquarters. He began his career as a reporter and anchor at WKOK Radio in central Pennsylvania. He moved to the Radio PA Network and later to WITF, filling roles as reporter, anchor and program host. He most recently worked at FOX Sports before joining UNI.