Pamela Eyring, left, is the owner and director of The Protocol School of Washington. She is presenting the school’s Dignity, Honor and Respect Award to Crane’s Brand Director Megan Kuntze, following Megan’s recent presentation on “The State of Stationery” at the school. The award is given to “individuals and companies who are ambassadors to the world, building the bridges that knit cultures together in positive and lasting ways.”
The Protocol School of Washington provides professional etiquette and protocol training and certification.
Since 1988, more than 2,100 men and women have been trained, certified, and licensed to use the school’s comprehensive training manuals, workbooks, CD-ROMs, and support materials. Located in the United States and 42 other countries, many graduates are featured on major television networks and radio, and in publications worldwide.