Allyson Neal

Allyson Ward Neal has more than 20 years of experience and is skilled in developing strategic communication plans that integrate video, the web, print and face-to-face engagement to align with corporate goals and objectives. Her areas of expertise include developing communications for global employee audiences using websites, email announcements, face-to-face presentations and video in multiple languages.

Within Chevron, Allyson is Web Supervisor of six employees and fourteen contractors who are responsible for creating, redesigning and maintaining hundreds of corporate websites worldwide. She is also leading the corporation’s mobile website strategy to be implemented by her team. And, her team has recently launched its touch screen interface design services that are displayed on touch screen devices at Chevron’s internal global forums and external trade shows.

She is a former Board Member of the International Association of Business Communicators’ Houston Chapter (IABC Houston). In 2009 and in 2011, she was a conference speaker for IABC’s Southern Region Conferences. Her session topics have focused on the ever-changing world of technology and how communicators must adapt.

In addition to her involvement with the IABC, Allyson has Web Usability Certification from the internationally recognized organization, Human Factors International, Inc.

She is an author and has written five books. They are:

Algiers: The Untold Story, the African-American Experience, 1929 – 1955, Algiers: The Untold Story of a New Orleans Treasure, Ava the Angel, Ava Lillian’s Blessing and Ava Lillian Goes to School.

She is also planning to publish her new book in 2013 titled How to Repurpose Website Content for SmartPhones, Tablets, Desktops and Touch Screens.

Specialties:
Employee Supervision
Strategic Communications Planning
Website Design Consultation (Including mobile phones & tablets)
Multicultural Children’s Literature
Historical Non Fiction Literature
Public Speaking

  • Company:Chevron
  • Job Title:Web Supervisor
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