Dale Bell graduated from Princeton University with a BA with a major in Theater. He was a Producer of the Academy Award-winning film Woodstock (1970). Bell has produced public television and multimedia for over 45 years. For 12 years (1976–1984) he was the Head of Production for WQED, Pittsburgh. With Harry Wiland, he founded the Media & Policy Center and developed its media model. Since the broadcast of And Thou Shalt Honor in 2002, he has become a national spokesman for eldercare. Along with Wiland, he has been the Executive Producer of all of MPC’s major productions. He co-wrote the PBS Companion book for Edens Lost & Found and supervised the writing of the Academic Curriculum. Bell, along with Wiland, was also a project leader for Edens Lost & Found, and for The Going To Green Sustainability Curriculum (PBSD/Chelsea Green Publishing). He has been a member of the Directors Guild of America since 1974 and the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences since 1977. In 2006 he was elected an Ashoka Lifetime Fellow. Wiland and Bell remain the only media professionals to be elected as Fellows.