Our President

Nancy Doyle is the founder and director of The Etiquette and Protocol School, a full-service provider of children's etiquette, business etiquette, and international corporate protocol training to businesses and other organizations. The Etiquette and Protocol School is based in New Jersey.

She has designed and taught interactive programs tailored to the needs of each organization, developing leadership skills, building self-confidence, and enhancing personal development for individuals and teams at corporations, organizations, and educational institutions. Through her experience working within and as a consultant to business organizations, Nancy recognized that focusing on etiquette and protocol can help increase an organization's professionalism and profitability.

Ms. Doyle has a Bachelor of Science degree from Texas A&M University. The Protocol School of Washington ®, the nation's leader in training and certification programs for business and social etiquette instructors, certifies her as a Business Etiquette International Protocol Consultant. She has also attended the Ritz Carlton Leadership Center, renowned worldwide for its leadership development and customer services training programs.

Previously, Nancy held management positions in the health-care and manufacturing industries, where she had responsibility for marketing, advertising, training, and client/employee relations. She has been appointed as an associate to The Russ Berrie Professional Sales Institute of William Paterson University, the only institution of its kind on the eastern seaboard. She has served as a resource on etiquette and protocol issues to New Yorkmagazine, The Learning Channel, MTV, and other news media.

Among her clients have been such leading companies in their field as Tiffany and Company, Bloomingdales, Jaguar, The Rouse Company, The Taubman Company, and Accredo Health Services.

Ms. Doyle has been appointed currently to the Board of Advisors for the University of New Haven's College of Business, Hospitality and Tourism division.