Angie Neal


Simpsonville, South Carolina

Angie Neal | Simpsonville, South Carolina | Top 100 Speech-Language Pathologists Impacting the Field

Practicing Since


Graduate Program

Master's of Science, San Francisco

Therapeutic Focus


Accolades, Award or Notable Achievements

  • American Speech and Hearing Association, Leadership Development Program (2013)
  • ASHA grant recipient, Coalition of School-Based Health Care Providers, 2012
  • Creator of Greenville County School District Pragmatics Assessment Tool
  • Bell’s Crossing Elementary School, Teacher of the Year 2011-2012
  • Publication/Author, “Simply Social At School”, Super Duper Publications
  • Publication/Author, “The Pirate Who Couldn’t Say Arrr”, Tate Publications
  • Author, “Spelling That Makes Sense”, Teachers Pay Teachers
  • Author/Creator/Contributor, Teachers Pay Teachers, SLP resources
  • Teacher Consultant, Upstate Writing Project, Clemson University

Favorite Quote

“The only disability in life is a bad attitude.” —Coach Dabo Swinney

Angie Neal


Simpsonville, South Carolina

“This field is amazing and offers such great opportunities! The sky is the limit!”


Angie Neal, M.S., CCC-SLP, is a school-based SLP from Greenville, SC. She received her graduate degree in Speech-Language Pathology from San Francisco State University. She was awarded Teacher of the Year in 2010 and is a 2013 graduate of the very first School-Based ASHA Leadership Development Program. She has served as the Vice President for Governmental Affairs for her state’s speech and hearing association, is a Board Member for the SC International Dyslexia Association, and has been a clinical supervisor for many years. Mrs. Neal has a passion for social communication as well as language and literacy and strives to lead other SLPs to become confident in sharing their expertise and collaborate with school teams in order to achieve the best possible outcomes for students. She is a frequent presenter online and in-person all over the United States providing workshops for SLPs as well as for teachers, school psychologists and administrators. She enjoys using her animated presentation style to share realistic and practical strategies that help bridge research to practice. Mrs. Neal is the author of The Pirate Who Couldn’t Say Arrr, Spelling That Makes Sense, Simply Social at School and items on TeachersPayTeachers.