Barbara Giammona

Barbara Giammona

Sr. Manager Technical Publications & Communications Schneider Electric Process Automation

Barbara Giammona has been a technical communicator for nearly 37 years and a manager for more than 30. She is currently a Sr. Manager of Technical Publications at Schneider Electric Process Automation. Prior to that, she was the manager of IT communications for McKesson Corporation in San Francisco. She spent 10 years leading documentation efforts on Wall Street, including seven years as a vice president at Morgan Stanley in New York City.

Barbara is a previous recipient of the Frank R. Smith Award for Distinguished Technical Communication. Her research was republished in a compilation entitled Qualitative Research in Technical Communication. She is a frequent presenter on management topics at local and international STC events.

Barbara holds a BA degree in English from the University of California, Irvine, and a MS in the Management of Technology from New York University’s Tandon School of Engineering. Barbara is an STC Fellow and a member of the Orange County Chapter.


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