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Amy Mills Tunnicliffe travels the country delivering seminars that help business executives acquire the social skills vital to success.

She has over ten years of communications and public relations experience in the advertising, financial, and retail industries. A noted business communication skills and etiquette expert, she is frequently interviewed on the finer points of politeness for print and broadcast media. Her articles on business protocol appear in national business publications.

Raised in Illinois, she earned a bachelor of Journalism degree from the University of Missouri, and has worked for Tracy-Locke Advertising, Dallas, Texas; State Street Research Investment Services, Boston, Massachusetts; Talbots, Hingham, Massachusetts; and The J. Jill Group, Quincy, Massachusetts.

Using wit, wisdom and anecdote, she injects each seminar with relevant insight and examples reinforcing the value of civility in corporate America. She will help your organization develop the skills necessary to navigate with ease up and down the corporate ladder.

She is a member of National Speakers Association, American Society of Training and Development and is active in many civic organizations in her hometown of Hingham, Massachusetts.

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Jane Hight McMurry is a communications specialist. She received an A.A. degree from St. Mary’s College and is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of The University of Northa Carolina Chapel Hill where she earned A.B. and M.A. degrees in English, Communication Studies and Theatre. Her interest in international customs and communication began while a student at Oxford University in England. She taught Communication Studies and English at UNC Chapel Hill and UNC Wilmington. She developed and implemented the first English as a Second Language program in the Research Triangle Park area of North Carolina in 1976 in which English language and American customs were taught.

A member of National Speakers Association and the Council of Protocol Executives, she also serves on many community service boards in her hometown of Wilmington, North Carolina.

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