Bernadette Petrotta

Bernadette M. Petrotta is the founder and director of the Polite Society School of Etiquette. Her career in professionally teaching etiquette began in 1993. Since that time, she has become the expert of choice to many companies, schools, and individuals seeking etiquette knowledge in business and social situations. Her entrepreneurial spirit, continuing education, and high quality teaching principles qualify her to be a leading source in this rapidly expanding industry. Currently residing in Southern California, Bernadette and her husband Jens are in the process of relocating to Whidbey Island in Washington. She has just moved to the Pacific Northwest from California. She looks forward to establishing and providing the services of the Polite Society School of Etiquette to the great Pacific Northwest.
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