A believer in education, formally and informally, Neisha lives by the more we learn, the better able we areto appreciate life. We can learn from many situations we come across, it’s up to us to create an environment that is to our liking.
Originally from the Midwest, she was surrounded by loving women who believed in dressing for the occasion. Her mother and grandmothers were originally from the South and they brought with them the tools of etiquette and manners. Treating people respectfully was often taught in the home.
Her mother would often remind her to carry her purse, dress respectfully, and dash on perfume before she left the home. Her father would say a woman is not completely dressed until she has on her hat and gloves.
Both of her parents were very particular about presentation and speaking skills. Her father would often say the Weston’s are intelligent. That did not resonate as a child, but having that foundation prepared her for many trials. Her grandmothers did not say much, but did carry themselves respectfully and were always very loving. She has fond memories of both my grandmothers.
Her maternal grandmother, Maranda Weston, treated each of her five grandchildren like we were her only grandchild. When they were young, she sent each of them “folding money” for their birthdays while working as a domestic. She took them to baseball games and had plenty of hugs and love to go around.
With these images within the household, she always had an interest in etiquette, manners, and image, thus the reason she began teaching etiquette to businesses and college students.
Neisha worked in marketing for Fortune 500 companies and the insurance industry for several years. She learned about consumer trends and customer service. After being handpicked to work as a human resources manager and later a human resources director, she knew her purpose was to be in business for herself helping businesses create a healthier work environment through etiquette and implementing a happier work environment for increased productivity. Neisha is also a published writer for several newspapers and magazines and has been a speaker for over ten years sharing her expertise to business owners and college students.