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Marianne Jeanne Bell-Jackson Edit Profile

Elementary and secondary education educator

Marianne Jeanne Bell-Jackson, American elementary and secondary education educator. Licensed teacher 1st - 8th grades. Recipient 1st place for pottery, 1st place for hand painted ceramics Cambridge (Wisconsin) Art Fair, 1979; named to Golden Apple Club Madison Metropolitan School District, 1993.


Bell-Jackson, Marianne Jeanne was born on February 13, 1944 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Daughter of David Vincent and Jeanne Elizabeth Bell.


Bachelor Art History, University Chicago, 1967. Master Elementary Education, University Wisconsin, Platteville, 1985.


Secretary The Filter People, Chicago, 1960-1966. Office manager University Chicago Maroon, 1966-1968. Assistant program director Emerson & Taylor House Community Centers, Chicago, 1968-1971.

Child advocate Lawndale Day Care Center, 1971-1973. Potter, owner Burnt Earth Pottery, Hollandale, Wisconsin, 1973-1985, Token Creek, 1998—2008. Teacher Madison (Wisconsin) Metropolitan School District, since 1985.

Consultant Educational Development Center, Newton, Massachusetts, 1991-1992. Search for Extra Terrestrial Intelligence pilot program teacher, 1993-1994. Resource agent American Astronomical Society, since 1994.


  • Licensed teacher 1st - 8th grades.


  • Other Work

    • Author: Model for a 4th Grade Curriculum, 1990 (with Larry Johns) Proposal for Construction of an Effigy Mound, 1990, The Swan Twins, ColorAnDraw 1, 1999. Contributor to Poetry Out of Wisconsin, 1982. Inventor ColorAnDraw Books, 1995.


Member of Physician's Committee for Responsible Medicine, Best Friends Sanctuary, Wisconsin Earth Science Teachers, Madison Teachers, Inc., Amnesty International.


  • Other Interests

    Writing, drawing, running, gardening.


Married Michael Ross Jackson, August 12, 1989. Married Roscoe Edward Mitchell. 1 child, Atala-Nicole Mitchell.

Married Jerry Alan Levy.

David Vincent

Jeanne Elizabeth Bell

Michael Ross Jackson

Roscoe Edward Mitchell

Jerry Alan Levy.

Atala-Nicole Mitchell Bell-Jackson