Gwendolyn Bell

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Gwendolyn Thomas Bell (born c. 1949) is a school counselor at New Hope Christian School.

Bell has a bachelor's degree in social science from Miles College and a master's degree in guidance and counseling from Alabama State University. She retired from the Alabama Department of Youth Services and is pursuing a second master's in education administration at Strayer University.

Bell ran as a candidate for the Birmingham Board of Education, District 6 in the 2009 election, losing in a runoff to incumbent Willie Maye Jr. She ran again for the same seat in the 2013 Birmingham municipal election.

References

  • "Birmingham Board of Education District 6: Gwendolyn Bell" (August 19, 2009) The Birmingham News
  • Leech, Marie (October 1, 2009) "Birmingham, Alabama school board hopeful W.J. Maye, Gwendolyn Bell lay out District Six goals." The Birmingham News