Modern Consultation in Manners, Civility, and Self-Presentation
Meet Your Consultant
CAMILLE MARIE DAVIS
Camille has a variety of exciting experiences that prepare her to help you with your etiquette, behavior, and image concerns. Some of those experiences are as follows: she was a contestant in the preliminaries for the Miss USA pageant; she was first runner-up in the Ms. Black Texas-Coed pageant, and she received etiquette training from the former Pink and Pearls Charm School of Dallas. She has provided etiquette consultation for several organizations in the Dallas/Fort Worth area including The Dallas Public Library, Southern Methodist University, and the Dallas Housing Authority.
Camille earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in journalism from Baylor University and a Master of Arts degree in history from the University of North Texas in Denton. During her undergraduate years, she spent one summer at the Institute on Political Journalism at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. Camille began work as a full-time Ph.D. fellow at Southern Methodist University (SMU) in August 2016. Also, Camille is a graduate of First Baptist Academy in Dallas and was voted by her classmates as female Senior Class Favorite during her senior year of high school. During the 2015-2016 school year, Camille held simultaneous positions as an adjunct professor of history and developmental writing within Dallas County Community College and as an academic advisor at Paul Quinn College. Before working in the field of academia, Camille spent time as a Brand Coordinator for the Nike athletic brand at DAVACO, Inc, a retail operations, brand, and visual merchandising company in Dallas.
Camille loves working with people and believes that the best approach to etiquette and civility is to consider the thoughts and opinions of those around her. She believes in an unpretentious approach to the topic of etiquette and civility. Camille shares many of the etiquette lessons that she has learned from her own past mistakes so that her clients can learn from them and be a bit more gracious and graceful when they are faced with similar circumstances.