Stacy Lard is an expert etiquette coach, accomplished teacher, and founder of How2Lady Modern and Social Media Etiquette Workshops.
Today more than ever girls are faced with a growing lack of etiquette.
Stacy has taught workshops for girls ages 12-18 since 1992. Her workshops have covered topics from physical fitness to table etiquette to understanding the importance of permanency of posts on the internet. She has completed classes from the Emily Post Institute.
Stacy draws on her 23 years of teaching ballet by incorporating grace and teaching integrity in her workshops. Her fun and exciting personality draws out the best in even the shyest girls. “Learning who you are is such an important part of being a lady, if you can find that confidence, and be kind to others, it doesn’t matter what fork you use.”
Rosly Cooper is an Houston-based Modern Etiquette Coach and co-founder of How2Lady. Through workshop and coaching, she provides tools to successfully and confidently navigate a variety of settings from upscale dining to social gatherings. Her approach to etiquette is unique in its multicultural style and ease of implementation.
Bilingual in Spanish and English, Rosly received a Business Management degree from Wesleyan University. She furthered her etiquette training and education at the Emily Post Institute where she received certificates in Business Etiquette for Professionals, in which she learned the manners expected in business today and how they can help build stronger relationships.
For over 20 years, Jill Epperson has worked with youth in a variety of capacities. After graduating from Oklahoma City University in 1994 and then doing graduate work at the University of Denver, Jill has worked in youth ministry, child protective services, therapeutic foster care, and education. Drawing from this experience and being the mother of two teenagers, Jill is excited about helping facilitate the How2Lady Modern and Social Media Etiquette Workshops.