N.S.O.E. President: Guest Speaker at M.I.T. – Boston, MA

N.S.O.E. President: Guest Speaker at M.I.T. – Boston, MA

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Branding is one of the most important factors in any business. Most importantly, branding one’s self through technology can be used to effectively reach one’s target audience. Guest speaker Tatia Adams Fox, New School of Etiquette’s Founder and CEO is a 2011 graduate of The Protocol School of Washington and is no novice when it comes to branding with over 17 years of leadership, management and marketing experience at Fortune 500 companies. Adams Fox presented her wealth of branding knowledge on Saturday, February 28, to over a 100 people from MIT and surrounding area at its 2015 Personal Branding Workshop. This year the speakers also include Niaja Farve, Shakeel Avadhany and Doug E. Fresh.

Adams Fox shares her expertise with bubbling children and teens every other Saturday at the New School of Etiquette – Savannah. On any giving Saturday, students can learn anything from European dining to how to shake one’s hand correctly. Adams Fox thrives on excellence and shares this with college students at Savannah State University where she is as an adjunct professor in the Journalism and Mass Communications department. Adams Fox bring real world experience to the classroom by teaching the necessity of utilizing social media and other technological outlets. Adams Fox successfully consults, coaches and mentors college students, young professionals and seasoned executives in leadership skills, social intelligence, career guidance and business etiquette and protocol.