Jeff Bell is a longtime veteran of radio and television news. He currently co-anchors afternoon drive at KCBS-AM, the CBS Network’s San Francisco flagship and one of the most successful all-news radio stations in America.
Prior to joining KCBS, Bell spent eight years hosting drive-time news programs at KFBK in Sacramento. His reporting has aired on the CBS Radio Network; and The Associated Press, The Radio-Television News Directors Association of Northern California, and The Sacramento Bee have all recognized him for his radio work. On the television side, Bell spent several years as a writer for KTVU-TV’s Mornings on Two, a ground-breaking and hugely successful Bay Area news program.
Bell is actively involved with the Obsessive Compulsive Foundation—for which he recently served as a national conference keynote speaker—and Mental Health America’s Real Lives Campaign—for which he serves as national spokesperson. He is a 2007 recipient of MHA’s prestigious forWARDS Award for "moving the cause of mental health forward." Bell is also co-founder of the newly-launched YourGreaterGood.comproject, aiming to help motivate other obsessive-compulsives to tackle the rigors of OCD treatment.
Bell holds a master’s degree in business from Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo; and a bachelor’s degree in engineering from the University of California, Irvine. He lives in the San Francisco Bay Area, with his wife and two daughters.
Obsessive Compulsive Foundation
Mental Health America
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