Founder and Chief Etiquette OfficerAngie Allison is Daily Protocol’s founder and Chief Etiquette Officer. She holds a Bachelor’s degree with an emphasis in Advertising and Public Relations, and is a Master Business and Personal Etiquette Trainer. For the last seven years she has trained and taught in Sacramento, Sonoma, Napa and Piedmont, as well as throughout all school districts in Marin. Prior to Daily Protocol, Angie was a senior executive in advertising and design; business development; and a partner in a commercial art representation firm. Her approach to teaching is based on a warm, well-humored, fun and friendly class setting. She takes a creative blend of her business acumen, specialized training and personal experience to develop each program for Daily Protocol.
Angie and her husband have two children. They have recently relocated from The Bay Area to Sacramento, CA, where Daily Protocol is now based. Angie enjoys biking, cooking, scuba diving, skiing, and traveling with her family and friends. A Midwest native, she has also lived in the South and on the East Coast.
Her volunteer work includes St. Francis High School Patrons Of The Arts Board Member, Jesuit High School, Rise Against Hunger, Sacramento Bike & Toy Giveaway, St. John's Ross, St. Vincent de Paul, REST, Good Shepherd Middle School, Rancho Elementary School, and Greenfield Academy.
“I believe that success in life is greatly enhanced by one’s ability to communicate well and relate effectively with other people. First impressions are lasting, and building relationships are imperative. I created this company to help empower people with the knowledge and understanding to excel with excellent communication and savvy etiquette skills, all in a fun and lively atmosphere.” – Angie Allison, founder and Chief Etiquette Officer, Daily Protocol®
“Daily Protocol helped me take our dental practice Process and Quality Improvement to another level by helping us strategize how we communicate and disseminate practice goals and objectives inline with our mission statement.”
“I now really understand how important it is to look other people in the eyes when you are in a conversation or meeting new people. I have a hard time with that but will be doing my best to improve. Thank you for teaching the importance of this.”
“I benefitted the most from the role play we did with actual interviews. Some of the questions were hard to answer quickly! That was really good practice for me for the real world. I also enjoyed understanding how to put together my resume correctly.”