The Mental Health and Social-Emotional Learning Summit was just the beginning. Now more than ever, it is vital to continue our conversations to help Ohio’s students. For that reason, OSBA is hosting a series of virtual learning sessions.
The June 11 event will focus on supporting adult mental health and the importance of self-care.
Anna M. Bell will lead the session. She conducts life/professional coaching, as well as various workshops throughout the Washington, D.C., metropolitan area, through her company Bell-ievable Inc. Her sessions focus on development of leadership, self-esteem and self-determination through group processes and facilitation.
Bell currently is pursuing a doctorate in human services at Walden University, where she earned a master’s in philosophy. She earned a master’s in social work from the Catholic University of America, with a concentration in gerontology, and a master’s degree in public service leadership from Capella University.