The Lake George Land Conservancy (LGLC) has announced the addition of Paul Bell to its Board of Directors. Bell is a resident of Silver Bay, New York, and Pennington, New Jersey.
Bell is a senior media executive and business strategist with experience in advertising, broadcasting, marketing and publishing. He has over 30 years of volunteer service to non-profit organizations, including experience in leadership development, fundraising and governance. He is currently serving on the Boards of the Silver Bay YMCA and Grace Memorial Chapel at Sabbath Day Point, both on Lake George.
Founded in 1988, the LGLC is a non-profit land trust based out of Bolton Landing, whose mission is to protect the water quality of Lake George through land protection, stewardship, and community engagement.
Since 2013, Bell has served as General Manager, Business Operations, at Premiere Networks, a unit of iHeartMedia. He is responsible for all paid newsletter and website circulation development and management activities in Premiere’s talk-radio portfolio, including budgeting, marketing and vendor relationships. Prior to joining Premiere Networks, Bell was Vice President, Partner Businesses, at Dow Jones and Company, Inc., where he expanded The Wall Street Journal Sunday news content licensing business oversaw the growth of the “WSJ Wine” brand extension for existing customers and new accounts. He previously served as Vice President & Executive Director, Radio, at Dow Jones (1999-2006).
Bell earned a M.A. in Government and Politics at the University of Maryland, College Park, and a B.A. in Political Science and History at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.
More information can be found on the Lake George Land Conservancy website.