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NCSC Director of Racial Justice, Equity and Inclusion
Edwin Bell, a long-time deputy court administrator with the DeKalb County (Georgia) Superior Court, is NCSC’s first director of Racial Justice, Equity and Inclusion. His job is to help state court leaders nationwide achieve those things – racial justice, equity and inclusion – for court users. It’s a big job, a challenging job, but Edwin says, “The sky’s the limit.” He works and lives just outside Atlanta with his wife, a dentist, and their 13-year-old daughter and 11-year-old son. Keep reading to find out how police officers in Wichita, Kansas, helped Edwin realize he wanted a career that allows him to make a positive difference in the lives of people who depend on the courts for justice.