FOUNDER . . .
Victoria B. Edwards is founder and CEO of Edwards Etiquette. As a civility and etiquette expert, Edwards Etiquette has provided instruction in social graces, confidence building and leadership training through workshops and seminars to various youth initiatives, after school and summer programs throughout the Metropolitan Detroit area for over 20 years. Ms. Edwards is a graduate of the Emily Post Institute and currently serves as a Director of the National Association of Urban Etiquette Professionals (NAUEP).
Ms. Edwards also delivers corporate training on topics such as civility, business etiquette, communication, personal branding, and image management through customized programs, workshop/retreat facilitation and one-on-one consulting. She routinely partners with individuals and organizations to instill necessary confidence, training and professional awareness in adults to better represent themselves and their organizations.
Ms. Edwards works with and has volunteered her time and resources to children's organizations and causes throughout the Detroit area through her memberships in various organizations. Some such are as follows: the North End Youth Improvement Council which provides winter clothing for Christmas for over 2,800 low income children, the Junior League of Detroit which is focused on improving the lives of children and families in the City of Detroit, The Detroit Association of Women's Clubs, and through service on various Boards, committees and/or community task forces.
Ms. Edwards has received numerous awards and professional recognition for leadership and civic services, been featured in Who's Who in Black Detroit for 6 years, was selected as "Woman of the Year" by the National Association of Professional Women and promoted to Honorary Lieutenant of the United States Army for her commitment to voluntarism and community service.