Dr. Edward E. Bell is a noted scholar; he has published over 30 articles regarding African-American males—and has authored several books. He is a native New Bernian and currently resides in Raleigh, NC. He is currently a program administrator for the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction.
Dr. Bell received his AAS degree in criminal justice technology from Craven Community College; BA in criminal justice from North Carolina Central University; and his MA in counseling and doctorate in education leadership from Liberty University. Dr. Bell is a licensed school counselor and social studies teacher in Virginia and North Carolina respectively.
In 1993, Dr. Bell received the prestigious Nancy Susan Reynolds Award for personal services, given by the Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation—a $25,000 prize. He was also named Tar Heel of the Week by the News and Observer in 1994; he has received numerous awards for his community and philanthropic services.
His motto is: Children are the cloth of the world; just imagine the world without children.
Dr. Edward E. Bell
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