About Me

 

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)

 

2018 NELSON EARTH DAY SPEAKER

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.


UnboundTV

“Travel like a Local” series produced in Montreal, commissioned by Tourisme Montreal and featured in Eater Montreal.


Need help with your communications strategy?

Email me at beverly [at] beverlyrose.co

Waiting with bated breath


Welcome to Yellowstone National Park

Welcome to Yellowstone National Park

Jackson Hole, Wyoming’s  World Famous Elk Antler Auction

Jackson Hole, Wyoming’s World Famous Elk Antler Auction

Exploring the veins of The Grand Prismatic Spring

Exploring the veins of The Grand Prismatic Spring

On my way to the Grand Tetons

On my way to the Grand Tetons

West Thumb Geyser at Yellowstone National Park

West Thumb Geyser at Yellowstone National Park


 
There are two things that interest me: the relation of people to each other, and the relation of people to land.
— Aldo Leopold