A longtime resident of New Jersey, Harvey Bell holds a master of business administration from Texas A&M University. Beyond his professional pursuits, Harvey Bell enjoys listening to music, including songs by famous singer-songwriter Frank Sinatra. While many people know Sinatra was a great singer, these little-known facts about Ol’ Blue Eyes reveal new sides to the iconic crooner.
– Frank Sinatra’s explosive fan base resulted in part from a hype campaign by his publicist, George Evans. Evans paid girls $5 to scream in the audience as Sinatra performed to create a frenzied atmosphere.
– Sinatra was named a communist sympathizer by Senator Joe McCarthy and the House Un-American Activities Committee for his role in the short film “The House I Live In,” in which he tells several bullies to stop picking on a Jewish student.
– One of Sinatra’s favorite haunts is still open for business. Located in Santa Monica, Chez Jay is a historic dive bar where the Rat Pack–the famous group that included Peter Lawford, Dean Martin, Sammy Davis Jr., and Sinatra–used to hang out. It is still open for business seven days a week.
Harvey Bell is a longtime New Jersey resident who has been involved with many charitable institutions, through both service and donations. Among his charitable activities, Harvey Bell has assisted the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC), whose mission is to promote, protect, and strengthen the relationship between Israel and the United States, with a focus on security.
AIPAC offers the Fellows Program to recent college graduates interested in working to grow its network of pro-Israel advocates. The program helps fellows advance their careers by offering an inside perspective on the policies shaping America’s future as well as advanced development training. The ideal candidate wants to play an important role in keeping America and Israel safe.
The two-year Fellows Program includes an annual salary and benefits. Only applicants with a bachelor’s degree or commensurate experience will be considered. Find the complete list of responsibilities and qualifications, as well as the online application form, on AIPAC’s official website, www.aipac.org.