Jacquelyn Bell is a native Floridian who relocated to New York City in 2014 to grow her already budding career in theatre management. While there she became immersed in the local soundscape and enraptured by the breadth of artistry. Jacquelyn founded Bell Arts, a commercial theatre and live event producing entity in 2015. Ms. Bell is currently a producer of the original new musical Emojiland the Musical, a Drama Desk Nominated New York Times Critics' Pick. She is most known for the critically acclaimed productions of Broadway for Black Lives Matter #Bway4BLM, and Summertime. She is a founder of Broadway Advocacy Coalition, the 2018 Commercial Theater Institute Fred Vogel Scholar, and was a Fellow of the Broadway League. Jacquelyn stands firmly for Equity and Inclusion throughout the industry and advancing political discourse through theatre. Notable collaborations include Broadway: The Band's Visit, King Kong, The Prom, and Moulin Rouge (Foresight Theatrical); and Off-Broadway: Life Sucks and Curvy Widow. In Development; Chasing Gods. Jacquelyn has been featured in Forbes, NBC News, PBS, and Black and Making It.