ABOUT THE FOUNDER
Rachelle Logan is an author, trainer, coach, speaker, consultant and the founder and president of Rachelle Logan Media. She has been seen on Fox 45 News, Baltimore, MD, and QC Morning Show in Charlotte, NC, with segments on social distancing etiquette during COVID, cell phone etiquette and how to be a good host during the times of the pandemic. She has been quoted in two articles for the Southern Living Magazine on various etiquette topics. Rachelle recently partnered with local youth council municipal governments, and the Big Brothers Big Sisters to teach them table manners, public speaking and everyday manners.
Rachelle is a retired Naval Officer and a retired Federal Government worker and is a recognized etiquette expert and media trainer. She was certified to teach Etiquette after graduating from The American School of Protocol and certified to teach media training after graduating from the Defense Information School (DINFOS) while in the United States Navy. Prior to founding her school, she was a Public Affairs Officer in the United States Navy where she retired with 20 years of distinguished military service.
After retiring from the military, she worked as a senior Navy civilian Public Affairs Specialist and retired from the Department of the Navy for a second retirement. As a Navy Spokesperson, Rachelle worked with all of the major and local news outlets to coordinate and tell the Navy’s story. Rachelle received her BA in Mass Communications from JCSU in Charlotte, NC, and a MA in Communications from The University of Oklahoma. She is an active member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. Rachelle has conducted numerous seminars at numerous public and private schools, churches, business organizations, colleges and countless private lessons for persons of all ages. She has received numerous accolades and recognition from colleges, high schools, children organizations, and churches. She worked closely with governors, mayors and local communities throughout her 30 years with the Navy as she was stationed all over the country. She is an advocate for children being taught basic life skills at a young age for their growth and development for a better future.
Rachelle's passion for changing the world for a better future is based on what she realizes is not being taught to our youth and professionals of today. Kindness, compassion, good manners, confidence, proper speaking, and preparation for their futures are areas that are not being taught to our youth and what drives her every day to reach them and teach them. She feels our youth can benefit from learning these necessary skills which will prepare them for a more promising and productive future. Rachelle is using her life’s passion to change the world for all people with emphases on our youth, one student at a time.
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