Connor Bell

Connor John Bell (BK ’13 EPH’14) grew up in Lynchburg, Virginia and majored in History of Science/History of Medicine and is a Master of Public Health candidate in the Joint Program with the Yale School of Public Health, focusing on Chronic Disease Epidemiology with a Global Health Concentration. Connor has worked at the Free Clinic in Lynchburg and All Our Kin in New Haven, an organization that trains low-income women to own and operate home-based childcare businesses. Last spring, he traveled to Uganda to work with social entrepreneurs that provide health and education services to orphans and still maintains those relationships and projects through the Ugandan Hope Network on campus. Connor also has been involved in Community Health Educators, led Yale RACER’s (Runners Against Cancer by Endowing Research), served on the Public Health Coalition, and cofounded the Yale Food Coalition that organized Food Day New Haven last October. In his spare time, Connor likes to exercise, play club lacrosse, attempt to play the guitar and watch Modern Family.

History of Science, History of Medicine