Heather Bell

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Heather Bell
Born Canada
Education B.A. from Harvard and D.Phil. from Oxford

Dr Heather Bell was formerly the Director of International Strategy at the University of Oxford and was a Fellow of Merton College, Oxford.[1][2]

Dr Bell was brought up in Canada, and studied at Harvard University graduating summa cum laude in History and Science at the age of 20. She was a Commonwealth Scholar at the University of Oxford where she studied for her doctorate in the history of medicine under the supervision of Professor Megan Vaughan, FBA. She was a member of Nuffield College. She was a Rhodes Research Fellow at St Hilda's College, Oxford during which she published academic articles, taught undergraduates and converted her D.Phil. thesis into "Frontiers of Medicine in the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan, 1899-1940." [3]

Before taking up her post at Oxford she worked at McKinsey & Company in their Toronto and London offices, becoming a partner. At McKinsey she provided advice to international companies, research councils, charities and the public sector and led sizeable teams working on various projects.

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