Sheryl Trower, graduate of our Children’s Etiquette Certification program in 2006, has had wonderful success with her etiquette school, The Etiquette School of Central Pennsylvania.
Since graduating from The American School of Protocol®, Sheryl has been active in a variety of programs and organizations, bringing her training and expertise to her community. From teaching etiquette classes at The Boys & Girls Club of Lancaster, Pennsylvania, to serving as guest speaker for The American Business Women’s Association luncheon, Sheryl is making a name for herself in the etiquette world!
When asked recently by a reporter for the Lancaster Gazette about why she chose to become an etiquette consultant, Sheryl replied, “I realized that this is an area in which I can make a difference. As children learn academically and on the sports field, it’s important not to miss other skills that can sometimes get lost along the way. As adults, we are often quick to judge the actions of others as our society places a great emphasis on ‘socially acceptable’ behavior.”
Sheryl consults with private clients as well as with schools, local non-profit organizations and churches. She is now working under contract with the School District of Lancaster, Pennsylvania, creating after school programs involving elementary and middle school students. When speaking to her adult etiquette classes, Sheryl emphasizes the value of being one’s best: “Etiquette, whether it’s in the workplace or in a dining situation, is a soft skill, but those are the ones that could get you the job or land the contract for your company.”
Well done Sheryl! We wish you all the best as you continue your career. Thank you for representing The American School of Protocol® so well.