I found this on the net. Seems she's a YMCA board member in Phoenix, Arizona according to this.
Alumni Spotlight - Allison Bell, '03 (9/1/2006)
Allison Bell graduated from Ball State University in 2003 with a bachelor's degree in telecommunications. Allison is the Founder, President, & Inspirational Diva for Embrace Today Concepts, Inc. Embrace Today Concepts, Inc is a provider of inspirational & motivational education programs and products. They provide turnkey programs, workshops, books, newsletters and other activities for teens, adults, mentors, and members of various organizations. Embrace Today Concepts' workshop curriculum focuses on improving your inner spirit, self esteem, and serving in your community to gain self worth & confidence.
Allison is a YMCA Board Manager at the South Mountain YMCA in Phoenix, Arizona, where she is involved with Tuesday Nite Teens, the I-Learn Program and other youth related programs. The YMCA has also hired Allison as a consultant to create and present a series of custom workshops focusing on motivation, confidence, self worth, and pride. She is also a member of the Junior League of Phoenix. As a Certified Trainer from the Points of Light Institute, Allison is a part of a national network of talented and experienced professionals who are committed to making a difference in their communities. The innovative youth program includes an interactive, state-of-the-art curriculum was developed by the Center for Creative Leadership, one of the world's foremost authorities on leadership principles.
Prior to her current position, she worked for 2 years at the Loreto Bay Company, a residential and commercial developer building a resort community in Baja, Mexico. Allison was an integral part of building the sales department for a $3 billion project. She also sold over $6 million in residential real estate for Loreto Bay.
While at Ball State, Allison was a member of Alpha Phi Sorority, an Indianapolis Colts Cheerleader, TV reporter for WCRH and CNN Student News Bureau, an Indianapolis 500 Princess, and participated as a foreign exchange student.
Allison says that her time at Ball State has positively impacted her life in many ways. "I feel like the telecommunications program prepared me for the real world. Learning team dynamics and high pressure deadlines made me feel a step ahead when I started looking for a job after graduation. As an entrepreneur, I really appreciate now more than ever being exposed to sales, promotions, online journalism, creative writing skills, and of course on-air broadcasting. As a post graduate I realize how important it was for me to have the opportunity to learn from individuals who have a true passion for teaching at BSU."