The irrepressible, dynamic, lady in the big, black hat known as Edith King Vosefski is an accomplished etiquette expert, teacher, author and speaker. Once the founder and director of the Etiquette School of Northern Illinois, Edith now continues to share her knowledge of manners through her children’s literature. She is also a sought after speaker on the subject of etiquette and has appeared on local television shows and had her own newspaper column entitled “Hats Off to Etiquette”.
Edith holds an undergraduate degree from Northwestern University’s College of Speech. She raised her two sons before pursuing a master’s degree in communication science from Governor’s State University. At age 73, she received her training in etiquette at the American School of Protocol in Atlanta, GA and opened the Etiquette School of Northern Illinois.