About Winner Bell
Winner has been employed with FIGHT since 2015. Winner is the Director of HIV & AIDs Prevention Education. Winner enjoys working at FIGHT because of the Organization’s important legacy of HIV/AIDS treatment and care in the Northeast. Today, those roots are imbedded in its values – including those most affected in the establishment and assessment of programs and medical care.
I have over 19 years of non-profit program management experience. During the last five years, I have held various roles in multiservice healthcare service organizations in Philadelphia. I began my career in program development and assessment as program manager at a small non-profit in Portland, Oregon call Rock ‘n’ Roll Camp for Girls. Soon after, I became the Executive Director of Rock ‘n’ Roll Camp for Girls and co-founder of the international Girls Rock Camp Alliance, which just celebrated their 18th and 12th anniversaries respectively. I obtained a bachelor’s degree in Arts & Letters from Portland State University and a master’s degree in Social Work from the University of Pennsylvania. Winner has data centered, community focused, and person-centered approach to project management, program design and service delivery.
Winner is a former NCAA Division 1 golfer, an audio engineer, and data analyst, musician who can play guitar, bass, drums, and piano as well as produces electronic music and have gone on several US tours in many bands.