Hosted by Ryerson University Alumni Relations, as part of the Blackboard to Boardroom event series.
We are excited to have Leanne Pepper return to lead this special evening for Ryerson alumni!
Enjoy a fabulous 4 course dinner created by Chef Paul Huang; served by our very own Hospitality and Tourism Management students at Ryerson.
Leanne is recognized as a Master of Etiquette - national newspapers, business schools and major corporations turn to her to educate their current and future leaders.
What's in it for you?
- Valuable opportunity to invest in your social and professional skills!
- Practical knowledge of place settings, eating difficult food, placing of napkins, etc.
- Fresh insights into networking etiquette and how to work a room.
- Fun evening out with friends, connecting with fellow alumni!
- Fabulous meal created by Chef Paul Huang
- Lessons taught by one of Toronto's most respected etiquette experts!
Leave confident you can attend any event with the skills to make a positive impression on your colleagues, management, and clients alike!
Leanne was trained and certified by The Protocol School of Washington®, Washington, D.C. Certifications include training for business executives, young adults, and children in dining skills, protocol, etiquette, and communication skills. She is currently the General Manager of the Faculty Club, University of Toronto.
Reviews from last year's dinner:
“I learned a lot about proper dining etiquette, and it was great to meet fellow alumni at a fun and educational event.”
“Learning new skills from Leanne Pepper in a very interactive and fun way as the highlight. I found the event to be very informative and I am happy I attended.”
“The speaker was fantastic. She made the event fun and light while still providing an informative session.”
The Blackboard to Boardroom event series, in partnership with TD Insurance, is designed to help our newest grads and young alumni make the transition from student life to the rest of their lives!
Ted Rogers School of Management,
55 Dundas Street West,
$45 per person