MS. LAKESHA "ELLE" MOSLEY!
Who is Elle?
Known for her elegance, style, and classy confidence, Ms. LaKesha “Elle” Mosley is the Founder/Owner and Director of The Etiquette Training Center of Louisiana. Elle is known and respected as a leader in the etiquette and protocol industry; and regularly appears on television as a television personality and entertainment show host for local affiliate stations KTAL NBC-Studio6 and FOX 33-Morning Showcase.
Native to Shreveport, Louisiana, Elle conducts trainings in major cities and enjoys teaching time-honored traditions in etiquette, infused with a fresh approach to both young women and young men.
Elle’s love for etiquette began when she started modeling and competing in pageants; winning the title of Miss Southern University of Shreveport 1997 with a feature in national magazines Black Colleges Today and Ebony.
Elle earned an Associate’s Degree in Communications, a Bachelor’s Degree in Public Relations, and received several speaker awards as a collegiate debater. She also received the 2010 Emerging Business Award from the Greater Shreveport Chamber of Commerce-Minority Business Council, all before leaving the security of full-time employment and becoming a full-time small business owner.
Elle is currently seeking her Master’s Degree from Walden University to become a Licensed Professional Mental Counselor and Clinical Psychotherapist. Her newest programs, “Project EL-A-VTE,” for inner city kids; and “Better For My Daughters,” a self-love program for young women, will launch in January 2016.
What’s In the Name ELLE?
With a Christian background, Elle studied the origin of her name, and learned that the first letter of her birth name LaKesha derives from the Hebrew root word “El” which biblically means “Of God.” To Elle, this was not a coincidence…it was her destiny, and her name Elle was born. Elle’s motivational speeches aim to El-A-Vate and motivate her audience to dream, to overcome, and to be greater!
Elle empowers people to become consummate professionals by transforming ordinary everyday tasks, into elegant – everyday style.
Her mantra is “There’s Etiquette In Everything!”
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