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Gloria Starr 
Description: Coaching on image, etiquette and communication by consultant Gloria Starr
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How to Practice Cell Phone Etiquette 
Description: A wikiHow Article - "To most of us, cell phones are a life saver, but rude cell phone users are the thorns in our sides. They're pretty much anywhere that there's a cell phone signal. The thing is, we could all probably use a little primer on cell phone etiquette. After all, most people who are being annoying don't realize they're being annoying. Could that be you?"
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The Lett Group 
Description: Cynthia W. Lett CEP, CPP, CTP is a professional consultant in Business & Social Etiquette, Business & Social Entertaining, International Protocol and Executive Communications Skills, and has been a seminar speaker and coach around the world - teaching and advising on these subjects.  She offers private and corporate consultation and seminars on the power skills necessary to compete in the international business arena. Clients include major universities, Fortune 500 companies, international associations and savvy professionals from all levels of the corporate ladder. She has been teaching the course, "Business Protocol" for the George Washington University, Elliott School of International Affairs for the past six years. Ms. Lett is the principal of The Lett Group and the founder and Executive Director of the International Society of Protocol & Etiquette Professionals.
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The Women's Alliance 
Description: The Women's Alliance is a national organization of independent community-based members who provide professional attire, career skills training and related services to low-income women seeking employment. organization organized under the laws of the District of Columbia
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