Student Life Hall of Fame
Adam Neal graduated in 2002 with a BA in film production. Adam served in a variety of leadership roles as an undergraduate, with highlights including: serving as resident assistant (RA) in housing for two years, program/project coordinator for resident life, president of the Media Association, producer for the Webbies (School of Communications award program), senator for the Student Government Association, member of Omicron Delta Kappa Leadership Honor Society, member of the Publications Board, member of the Media Advisory Board, member of the Residential Housing Honorary Society, and participant in WebsterLEADS. He also completed an internship in Los Angeles. Neal was selected to receive the Walker Award in 2002 as the graduating senior having the most significant combination of academic achievement and leadership involvement. His nominators for the Walker Award all commented on his organizational skills, positive attitude, and selfless leadership qualities.
After graduation, Neal spent more than ten years in a variety of roles, such as producer and vice president of development, in Los Angeles producing hit television shows such as America’s Next Top Model, MasterChef, CBS’s Paula Abdul Dance Show Reveille, and NBC’s School Pride.
He currently serves on the School of Communications Advisory Board and works as a development executive for RIVR media. He returned to St. Louis last year with his wife Stacey, also a former Walker Award winner, and their two children. Neal has had ongoing involvement with School of Communications alumni and has maintained contact with School of Communications faculty and administration for many years.
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