Official Opposition House Leader
MLA District 11 Charlottetown – Belvedere
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Hannah Bell was elected as the MLA for District 11: Charlottetown-Parkdale in a by-election on November 27, 2017 and re-elected for District 11: Charlottetown-Belvedere on April 23, 2019. She serves as the Critic for Social Development and Housing, and as Official Opposition House Leader.
Hannah Bell holds an MBA in Innovative Management from UPEI, and has 30 years of varied experience in the public, private, and non-profit sectors in Canada and the UK. Prior to being elected, she served as Executive Director of the PEI Business Women’s Association for 5 years. Hannah Bell is the owner of consultancy firm ‘The Solution Agency’, helping businesses build capacity and influence change through the power of storytelling, practical training and skills development, strategic planning and partnerships, and sustainable project design.
Hannah Bell is a community leader locally and nationally – as Board President and Chair at The Guild for 5 years, representing the province as governor with National Trust Canada, and as champion for Startup Charlottetown, part of the Startup Canada entrepreneurs network.
She lives in Parkdale with her daughter Ava and her mother Judith.
- Social Development and Housing
- Economic Growth
- Health and Social Development
- Legislative Management
- Rules, Regulations, Private Bills and Privileges
- Poverty in PEI
Joint Statement by Lynne Lund, Official Opposition Critic for Green Economic Development, and Hannah Bell, Official Opposition Critic for Economic Growth on government’s lack of leadership on the economic future of our province How we move forward from COVID-19 will...
Joint statement by MLAs Hannah Bell and Trish Altass on Premier King’s disparaging description of workers impacted by COVID-19
Joint statement by Hannah Bell, Official Opposition Critic for Economic Growth, and Trish Altass, Official Opposition Critic for Health and Wellness on Premier King’s disparaging description of workers impacted by COVID-19 We were dismayed to read Premier King has...