First Elected: November 2015
Term Expires: December 2019
"Burien is a beautiful community—a place I've been proud to call home. Ours is a compassionate, close-knit community, guided by our concern for others and commitment to our neighborhoods. I know that together, we can make our community more connected, open, and prosperous."
- Highline Communities Coalition (alternate)
- KC Cities Climate Collaboration (K4C) (alternate)
- Sound Cities Association (SCA), Public Issues Committee (PIC)
- South County Area Transportation Board (SCATBd)
- King County Regional Policy Committee
Bell is a fourth-generation Burien area resident. In the early 1900s, his great-grandfather settled in what would ultimately become Burien. His son, Bell's grandfather, won a mayoral bid and would have become Burien's first mayor if the voters had approved cityhood in that election.
Highline College; University of Washington, bachelor’s degree; University of Washington, masters degree in Urban Planning and Public Administration (in progress).
Bell is currently a full-time graduate student at the University of Washington. Prior to beginning his graduate degree, he worked as a licensed real estate broker.
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