Now that we got the formalities out of the way… Hey, how you doin’?
I’m Beverly Rose Nevalga, a communications strategist and consultant. I’m a Silicon Valley alum turned digital nomad. Now I’m an advocate for sustainable travel, urban living & conservation.
My marcomms approach (that’s marketing-communications for you uncool non-industry types) draws from 10+ years of experience in public relations, social media and content writing. I’ve learned from the best: Silicon Valley tech titans, Fortune 500 companies, government initiatives and tourism organizations. I firmly believe that with proper guidance, communications leaders who are frustrated with their non-effective methods can finally attract the attention of conscious millennials and propel them into action.
For the past few years, I also had the unique opportunity to take my work on the road. That’s when I started embracing the concept of slow travel and digital nomad-ism. I would only move every few months by foot, boat, bus or train. I was able to live more sustainably by foregoing car or plane travel.
I also found that this lifestyle had positive economic and social impacts on the local community when I supported their businesses, partook in community activities and remained mindful of the natural resources I use. It also allowed me explore the world, meet the most incredible people (now friends) and make fond memories.
Brands & orgs
I’ve worked with
Cool things I’ve worked on
2011 Dreamforce Speaker
Topic: “Effective Online Video for B2B and B2C Marketers”
Panelists – left to right:
Michael Parker (former VP, Enterprise Marketing and Campaigns at Symantec),
Jason Wishnow (co-creator of TEDTalks),
C’est moi! (former Social Media at Disney Parks - via Voce/Porter Novelli),
Cliff Wildman (former Director of Software Testing at uStudio),
Victor Haseman (former Marketing Director, Video Strategy at Salesforce)
Topic: “Selfies & Social Media Take Over Siargao: Philippines’ Surfing Capital”
University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Nelson Institute graduate students working on masters and doctoral degrees provide quick overview of their work.
“Travel like a Local” series produced in Montreal, commissioned by Tourisme Montreal and featured in Eater Montreal.