Willie Bell is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Family Assistance for Renaissance Men (F.A.R.M.), a nonprofit organization that offers familial dynamic programming, trade skills training, and more to men across Southeast Detroit.
Bell has 31 years of experience at General Motors, along with his 25 years of work as a UAW Union Officer, which primed him with the ability to develop key collaborations for F.A.R.M., which includes the Detroit Lions Inspire Change. Additionally, he has onboarded a support system of 36 judges, 11 attorneys, and six social workers in carrying out F.A.R.M.’s mission.
Bell has been honored with the Ford Motor Company Change Maker Award and the Children’s Center Visionary Award and selected for the Who’s Who in Black Media Award.
Bell is a former Wayne County Community College District student and a Specs Howard School of Media Arts graduate.