About Neel Stallings
With her extensive background in financial services, publishing and education, Neel coaches individuals
and groups in identifying their skills, setting goals and planning strategies.
Through her career development
workshops, she helps others learn how to write an effective resume and have an impressive interview.
As a former vice president of a Fortune 100 company with over 100,000 employees, Neel designed,
developed and/or facilitated training programs in behavioral interviewing, leadership development and
customer service excellence to accelerate the shift from learning to action in a variety of mediums,
including classroom, Web, Virtual Campus, satellite and blended learning. She is a proven project manager
and effective communicator with excellent verbal, written and editing skills.
Neel is passionate about giving back to her community and presently focuses on two breast health
education and awareness programs that she founded: Scouting for the Cure™ and Breaking the Pattern™ for
As an experienced mountaineer, Neel has climbed mountains in Mexico, Argentina and the USA.
Her personal best is 21,000 feet. She applies her climbing experiences to everyday life, especially
during challenging times.
- M.S., Sonoma State University, Rohnert Park, CA
- B.S., University of Georgia, Athens, GA
- A.A., Stephens College, Columbia, MO
- Certified Facilitator: “Targeted Selection” (DDI), “Seven Habits of Highly Effective People (Franklin Covey),”
“First Things First (Franklin Covey),” “Situational Leadership (Blanchard),” Achieve Global courses,
Knight-Ridder (now McClatchy) Diversity.