Courtesy Coach. President's Volunteer Award. Wife. Trainer. Founder of Courtesy First: Center for Courtesy Education.
"Respect others and they will respect you."
Ellianna Temple has been teaching etiquette, life skills, good behavior and character since 2004. Her foray into the world of etiquette and protocol began when she taught character and good behavior to children in the public schools of Romania, for which she was awarded the President's Volunteer Award.
After seeing the need for such services she devoted her time and energy to create what is now Courtesy First. Ellianna received her undergraduate from Thomas Edison State College in Liberal Studies with a focus in Interior Decorating. In this capacity she has done event planning and decorating for the Governor’s Mansion of Arkansas and a Southern Living magazine showcase home where she was able to put into practice her unique skill set. She also went on to achieve a masters degree abroad in International Protocol and Diplomacy and Event Organization from Camil Jose Cela University in Madrid, Spain which included satellite classes in Brussels, Belgium.
Ellianna has worked with businesses, government leaders, diplomats, organizations and schools to help their staff, employees and students improve their communication skills through the medium of manners, life skills, personal and company image and character.
"Finally, be all of one mind, having compassion one with another, love as brethren, be tender hearted, be COURTEOUS:" (1 Peter 3:8)