Distinguished Alumnus 2003
Honor M. Bell
Honor M. Bell, of Pensacola, Fla., received a bachelor's in general education from Cameron in 1978, and a master's in public administration from Jacksonville State University. He is a 20-year retired Army officer with eight years of enlisted service. Retiring from the Army in 1985, he headed a road construction company, was a USPA/IRA financial advisor and adjunct professor prior to his current career in the Navy Civil Service. He is director of community service and outreach for the chief of Naval Education and Training where he supports over 80 programs associated with youth development through Navy volunteerism. He has served on the board of directors of numerous community organizations including appointment from Florida's governor to the board of trustees for the University of West Florida and as a Florida Commissioner for Community Service. He presents workshops on leadership topics related to ethics, values and character to university groups and youth organizations throughout the United States.