Today San Diego Etiquette expert Maryanne Parker was honored and admitted to the Walk of Fame of the highly acclaimed and accredited Protocol School of Washington, (PSOW), the world’s leading training institution focused on International protocol, cross-cultural awareness, business etiquette and image training for Pentagon Protocol Officers, world diplomats, and professionals.
National Business Etiquette Week (NBEW) is June 3-9, 2018, so PSOW is featuring its graduates in its online community.
“I am honored,” Parker said. “Attending the Protocol School of Washington was on my vision board for three years. Now, one year after graduation, I am on the Walk of Fame.”
Maryanne Parker is the founder of Manor of Manners, a company for business, social, and youth etiquette in San Diego, California. She holds an Executive Diploma from the European leading academic institution, the International School of Protocol and Diplomacy in Brussels. She also studied with London-based Minding Manners. She is certified by The Protocol School of Washington, specializing in business etiquette and protocol, and intercultural relations. She is the author of two Number One International bestselling books “The Sharpest Soft Skill,” and “Posh Overnight” available on Amazon.
Parker’s first bestselling book, “The Sharpest Soft Skill” offers 10 skills to help anyone develop manners for business and social situations.
Parker’s second bestselling book, “Posh Overnight” is a contemporary guide adjusted to the constantly evolving world of etiquette, beginning from the days of Louis XIV of France down to modern day manners of the 21st Century. Parker shares personal and hands-on transformational information to help people prepare for dinner parties, high profile events, and other professional and business situations.
In her free time, Parker is involved with Professional Women Group of Dress for Success, San Diego, which helps underprivileged women to gain financial independence and self-sufficiency in their own journey. Part of her mission is to inspire other women with the message that you don’t need money to have class. She often shares etiquette tips on style, business protocol, and dressing for job interviews to empower these women.
Parker often speaks on the topic of etiquette, and she spoke at the Business Expert Forum at the Harvard Faculty Club, and NASDAQ. She has been featured in Forbes, USA Today, The Epoch Times, Chicago Tribune, she has been a frequent guest expert on television news programs on ABC, NBC, CBS, FOX, and E!Entertainment.