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Background Information

Employment History

Poynter Institute

Director, Journalism Program

McCormick Foundation

Affiliations

Board Member
American Society of News Editors

Board Member
Better Government Association

Board Member
Chicago Journalists Association Inc

Special Advisor
Democracy Schools

Board Member
Accrediting Council on Education and Journalism and Mass Communications

Member of Board of Advisors
HealthCom Partners LLC

Sloan Fellow
Princeton University's Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs

Board Member of Chicago Health Outreach
Academy For International Health Studies Inc

Board Member of Chicago Health Outreach
Heartland Alliance

Board Member of Chicago Health Outreach
Health Insights

Sloan Fellow In Economics Journalism
Princeton University

Education

economics

Princeton University's Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs

Master's Degree

Urban Studies

Loyola University

bachelor's degree

journalism

Drake University

bachelor’s degree

journalism

Drake University

master's degree

urban studies

Loyola University of Chicago

master’s degree

urban studies

Loyola University

master’s degree

urban studies

Loyola University of Chicago

Web References (195 Total References)


ASNE

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"News literacy is about developing critical thinking skills, and critical thinking skills are vital to positive civic engagement," said Clark Bell, journalism program director for the McCormick Foundation.


Clark Bell, Formerly with ...

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Clark Bell, Formerly with the McCormick Foundation, Chicago


Clark Bell, former reporter, ...

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Clark Bell, former reporter, columnist and editor for the Chicago Daily News and the Sun-Times, will serve as a consultant for strategic initiatives. Bell also was journalism program director of the Robert R. McCormick Foundation and member of the BGA board of directors.


Staff Bios

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Clark Bell Program Director clarkbell@McCormickFoundation.org 312.445.5023

Clark Bell is the McCormick Foundation's Journalism Program director. Clark, who joined the foundation in October 2005, oversees journalism grant-making initiatives and shapes the program's focus on critical issues facing the news media. He manages an annual grantmaking budget of nearly $6 million.
Clark is a veteran reporter, editor, publisher and communications consultant. Prior to joining the McCormick Foundation, he was managing director for American Healthcare Solutions, where he developed communications strategies for hospitals, medical foundations and technology firms.
His extensive journalistic background includes serving as publisher of Modern Physician magazine, editor and associate publisher of Modern Healthcare magazine, executive business editor of the Dallas Times Herald and business columnist for the Chicago Sun-Times. Earlier, he served as a consumer affairs reporter for the Chicago Daily News and sports writer for the Des Moines Register.
Clark earned a bachelor's degree in journalism from Drake University and a master's degree in urban studies from Loyola University of Chicago. He was among the first group of journalists awarded a Sloan Fellowship to study economics at Princeton University's Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs. Bell serves on the board of the Chicago Journalists Association Foundation and the advisory council of Northwestern Memorial Hospital’s Center for Integrative Medicine and Wellness.
"I decided to become a professional journalist at age 15," he said.


Clark Bell, Special ...

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Clark Bell, Special Advisor CBell@McCormickFoundation.org 312.445.5023

Clark Bell is a special advisor to the McCormick Foundation's Democracy Program. Clark is a veteran reporter, editor, publisher and communications consultant. Prior to joining the McCormick Foundation, he was managing director for American Healthcare Solutions, where he developed communications strategies for hospitals, medical foundations and technology firms.
His extensive journalistic background includes serving as editor and associate publisher of Modern Healthcare magazine, executive business editor of the Dallas Times Herald and business columnist for the Chicago Sun-Times. Earlier, he served as a consumer affairs reporter for the Chicago Daily News and sports writer for the Des Moines Register.
Clark earned a bachelor's degree in journalism from Drake University and a master's degree in urban studies from Loyola University of Chicago. He was among the first group of journalists awarded a Sloan Fellowship to study economics at Princeton University's Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs. Bell serves on the board of the American Society of News Editors Foundation and the Accrediting Council on Education and Journalism and Mass Communications. He is on the board of the Chicago Journalists Association Foundation and serves as chair of the advisory council of Northwestern Memorial Hospital's Center for Integrative Medicine and Wellness.

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