Nina Bell

I enjoy being able to motivate my students and watch them think beyond the materials for self-improvement.

Nina Bell, PhD

Role
Faculty

Biography

Dr. Nina Bell is an Assistant Professor and Program Chair of the Bachelor of Arts in Health Education 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.”

See Dr. Bell discuss Ashford's Bachelor of Arts in Health Education and Bachelor of Arts in Gerontology programs.

Education

Degree
Doctor of Philosophy in Public Health
Degree
Master of Public Health
Institution
Walden University
Degree
Master of Arts in Organizational Behavior
Institution
University of London’s Birkbeck College
Degree
Bachelor of Arts in Journalism / Public Relations
Institution
Indiana University of Pennsylvania