Biography"I enjoy being able to motivate my students and watch them think beyond the materials for self-improvement."
Dr. Nina Bell is an Assistant Professor in the College of Health, Human Services, and Science at Ashford University. She earned her Bachelor’s degree in Journalism/Public Relations from Indiana University of Pennsylvania, a Master’s degree in Organizational Behavior from University of London’s Birkbeck College, and a Master of Public Health and a PhD in Public Health from Walden University. Her professional experience includes serving in health care and health-related non-profit organizations. During her tenure as a graduate student, she focused on addiction behaviors and childhood obesity and created a program called W2W4Life (Way to Win for Life). She joined Ashford University to help the growing field of healthcare reach its potential. Since becoming a faculty member, she enjoys seeing her impact on the students. “I love being able to ‘see’ the light bulb go off when teaching things in class. I enjoy being able to motivate my students and watch them think beyond the materials for self-improvement.”