Bell Receives SAME Regional Vice President’s Medal


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 June 7, 2017 | Winchester, VA – Stanley Consultants’ client services manager, Carol Bell, was presented the Society of American Military Engineers’ (SAME) Regional Vice President’s Medal, during a post meeting, by Mike Darrow, SAME regional vice president.

SAME's Regional Vice President's Medal is presented to individuals who demonstrate consistent and outstanding service to SAME. The award is typically presented annually to one individual in a SAME post as a way of recognizing their service and contributions to the society.  Carol received this recognition for her outstanding contributions as the 1st vice president of the Blue Ridge Post.

Carol earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Chinese Studies, Summa Cum Laude, from Wellesley College in 1995 and a master’s degree in Internal Affairs from Columbia University in 1997.  During her time as vice president of the Blue Ridge Post, membership and scholarship revenues have increased and the post continues to achieve recognition as a Most Distinguished Post within the Mid-Atlantic region.

A resident of Iowa City, Carol is a member of the American Council of Engineering Companies, International Committee, where she served as vice chair from 2012-2014 and chair in 2014 -15, and a member of the Society of American Military Engineers where she has served multiple roles.


About Stanley Consultants: Founded in 1913, Stanley Consultants is a global consulting engineering firm that provides program management, planning, engineering, environmental and construction services worldwide. Recognized for its commitment to client service and a passion to make a difference, Stanley Consultants brings global knowledge, experience and capabilities to serve clients in the energy, water, transportation and Federal markets.   Since 1913, Stanley Consultants has successfully completed more than 25,000 engagements in all 50 states, U.S. territories, and in 110 countries.  For more information on Stanley Consultants, please visit