Bella graduated from the University of Redlands in April of 2017 in just three years with a degree in International Relations. She then continued her education through a marketing certification which she received through the University of Redlands in December of 2017. Bella has had much experience working and volunteering for a plethora of different nonprofits. She had a Journalism internship through The Borgen Project and then went on to become Regional Director for The Borgen Project, which she did throughout her college career. Furthermore, Bella has volunteered for many other nonprofits throughout her lifetime and has known from a young age that nonprofit work is where her heart lies. When her younger brother, Alexander, had emergency open heart surgery and received a donor heart in the summer of 2017 she found a new cause that she realized had to be addressed more in society and that she cared deeply about, organ donation awareness. Through that realization and with help from family and friends she decided to form Alexander’s Hope as a tribute to her brother and to encourage others to become organ donors for all the other people that will go through similar life-altering experiences as Alexander, and the whole Chaffey family did.