Janene Davison
Phone: 409-944-1329 Position: Assistant Professor of Speech
Office: N-328 Title: Communications Program Coordinator
Email: jdavison@gc.edu Search for Classes

Academic Degree Degree/course credits – Date     Other Qualifications
University of Houston Communication Master - 05-2004
Texas A&M University - College Station Speech Communication Bachelor - 05-1996

Galveston College 06/2009 - Current Department Coordinator Coordinate personnel for speech and drama departments, as well as all appropriate paperwork. Manage Learning Outcomes.
Galveston College 09/2003 - Current Instructor of Speech Communication Teach face-to-face and online classes in public speaking, introduction to speech communication, interpersonal communication and business communication. Prepare syllabi, and all course materials, and integrate content into appropriate formats for online learning.
Cyberonics Inc. 01/2000 - 08/2001 Marketing Communications Coordinator Prepared, maintained and oversaw the design, production and implementation of sales and marketing materials for a medical device company. Designed and produced collateral for sales meetings, trade shows, direct mail compaigns and other physician and patient targeted communication pieces.
VHA Inc. 07/1997 - 08/1999 Membership Management Specialist Participated in the ground floor development and implementation of a national web-based consumer health information product (laurushealth.com). Took part in a team which analyzed consumer demand/target market, developed the product name and logo, and created pricing models. Designed an Access database including forms and reports developed to track communications and interactions with over 3,000 physicians and 500 hospital systems.
The Richards Group 07/1996 - 05/1997 Account Executive Served as the account executive for Wyndham Hotels Garden properties, coordinating advertising activies for 47 hotels. Managed a $1.5 million advertising budget as well as related billing activities. Worked with local hotel managers to determine individual market needs and facilitated production of collateral advertising.
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