Sara Bell has been named Title VI Job Director, pending board of instruction acceptance. Her first working day will be July 1, 2022. Bell will swap Chris LittleCook, who retired next the 2021-2022 faculty year.
Sara is a graduate of Oklahoma Wesleyan University with a diploma in psychology with a minimal in communications. “I am honored and delighted to have this opportunity to serve and empower our Indigenous learners and long term leaders,” mentioned Bell. “Our youngsters are the most vital gentle function that we will at any time invest in. I search ahead with so substantially hope as we go on to construct a system that will allow Indigenous students each possibility for good results and contentment in their life.”
She is at this time employed with the Ponca Tribe of Oklahoma as Tribal Administrator. She is in cost of more than 50 applications and software companies and supervises a staff of about 230 persons. She also serves as principal liaison and advisor to the Tribal Council pertaining to every day functions and has an considerable grant management history.
Prior to doing work for the Tribe, Sara served as a trainer assistant for Ponca Town Public Schools, was Children’s Ministry Pastor at Ponca Metropolis Church and was the Youngster Treatment Improvement Fund Director for the Kaw Nation.
Sara is the present-day Ponca Town High Faculty Booster Club President, is a accredited yoga instructor, a softball mentor for Ponca City Parks and Rec and serves on the Poncan Theatre Board.