Beginning training at the Fairhope Bay Shore Ballet Academy in 1998, Ms. Bell has attended summer intensives at the prestigious University of North Carolina School of the Arts, dancing alongside American Ballet Theater dancer, Ethan Stiefel, and Nashville Ballet. While at Nashville Ballet in 2014, she was offered a position in its professional training division. She received her Psychology BS and Dance Minor from Loyola University New Orleans in 2017, and while there, performed lead roles in La Bayadere, Paquita, and The Stone Flower, to name a few. Recognized for winning the John Tobin Award at the 2014 Jr. Philharmonic Society of New Orleans for her role as Queen Mekhmene Banu from Yuri Grigorovich’s The Legend of Love, and her original choreography Zircon Haze in 2016, Ms. Bell was awarded Loyola University’s Dancer of the Year Award both seasons. As a member of the psychology honor society, Psi Chi, she plans to continue education and earn her PhD in Geropsychology after fulfilling her dreams of an artistic career in dance, voice, and modeling.