Pamela Eyring

Pamela Eyring

President - The Protocol School of Washington

What you do for PSOW : I am the PSOW cheerleader! I advocate for the entire protocol and etiquette profession through education. Besides being a visionary for the school's growth and business development, my favorite role is coaching our graduates to reach their professional goals and be successful. I enjoy designing curriculum in our courses and workshops that facilitates a fun learning journey for our participants. Providing a great working environment for my team is rewarding to me.

Mantra : Do what you love to do and success will come.

Educational Background : Lifelong learner with 4.0 GPA in courses at Capitol University; Wright State University and Sinclair Community College

Past Experience : Proud graduate of the Protocol School of Washington® since 1994! I spent 23 years at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Dayton, Ohio, formally holding positions as Chief of Protocol for Headquarters Air Force Material Command and Executive Development Program Manager in Education and Training for Headquarters Personnel. Left the Air Force in 2005 to purchase The Protocol School of Washington® from our Founder and my mentor, Ms. Dorothea Johnson.

Affiliated with : Protocol and Diplomacy International - Protocol Officers Association | Women Presidents Organization (WPO) SC Chapter | Women Impacting Public Policy (WIPP) | Women in Defense (WID) | Armed Forces Electronics and Communications Association (AFCEA) | Meeting Professionals International (MPI) | Association for Talent Development (ATD) | Association of Private Sector Colleges and Universities (APSCU) | Greater Columbia Chamber of Commerce in SC | US Women's Chamber of Commerce | Society for Government Meeting Planners (SGMP)

Something Fun about Yourself : I love the 1980's and wish big hair was still in fashion! I like to sing 80's songs in the car with my teenage children, worship the sun on our boat eating fried chicken and boiled peanuts, watch my crazy hound dog swim, shopping (with coupons or during sales) and being polite to strangers.

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