PHYLLIS BELL-DAVIS, M.Ed.
executive volunteer . gracious greeter . editor extraordinaire . queen
Phyllis (she/her/hers) has many years of experience in communication, education and volunteer management, and she continues to hone these skills as the executive volunteer with Yellow House. She began volunteering with Yellow House January 2018 and has been instrumental in curating, offering promotional and office support, coordinating special events, organizing volunteers, and providing big doses of love.
“When Hope opened Yellow House, I knew it was a place that I wanted to be of service in some capacity,” said Phyllis. “Because we had forged a relationship over the many years, I was familiar with Hope and her desire to make sure there is a seat at the table for everyone.”
Phyllis’ affinity for art started when her son, Harold, began the Junior Docent Program, while in elementary school, with the Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens. Phyllis fell in love with galleries as a result of chaperoning a Junior Docent trip to New York with Hope where they witnessed the works at the Frick Collection, the Guggenheim Museum, Metropolitan Museum of Art, and the Museum of Modern Art.
At Yellow House, you will find Phyllis greeting guests, snapping pictures, and making sure that all who enter the doors of Yellow House feel welcome.