Etiquette Coach Receives Honorary Doctorate Degree in (Humanity) From Grace International Bible University

 

Bishop Professor Dr. Rudolph Q. Kwanue Sr. Founder Chancellor & International Director G.I.B.U

Bishop Professor Dr. Rudolph Q. Kwanue Sr. Founder Chancellor & International Director G.I.B.U

Expert Etiquette Coach Verna Caddie, Founder of Devine Creations     (Honorary Doctrine Degree in Humanity)

 

 

G.I.B.U

Etiquette Coach Receives Honorary Doctrine in (Humanity)

 

For Immediate Release

August 6,2020

Contact: (832) 606-2280

Email: Etiquettebrunch@gmail.com

www.devinecreations.org

 

Etiquette Coach Receives Honorary Doctrine in (Humanity)

“Congratulation is in order to the Founder and President of Devine Creations”

(Houston, TX) Devine Creations was founded in 2006. Devine Creations is a debutante program which teaches young ladies how to be a young lady. Devine Creations Mission Statement is to: “Empower Ladies Through Etiquette while Creating Beauty Inside & Out” Devine Creations Vision Statement is to: “Empower positive change in the lives of girls by allowing them to know that they can be the best that they can be, and that the opportunities do exist, not because of who they are, but because of whose they are in Christ Jesus.

Coach Caddie has had the privilege of working with well over 1000 young ladies. Coach Caddie believes that good manners and good grooming go hand in hand. She continues to say, “When you look good, that you feel good”. Training our young ladies to become successful young ladies and to encourage them to be all that they can be.

Several young ladies are presented to Houston’s society after completing several months of workshops such as:

  • Etiquette
  • Charm
  • Manners
  • Personal Development
  • Social Media Etiquette
  • Vision Boards
  • Self Esteem
  • Self Confidence
  • Interview Skills
  • Job Seeking Skills
  • Posture and Poise
  • Dance

 

 

 

The Founder of Devine Creations Debutante Coach Caddie, says “Debutante Balls are very important to a young ladies, young ladies are able to have the experience that will last a life time, they are able to build a sisterhood with other young ladies, learn etiquette as well as other empowering workshops that are needed in such a time as this”.

What is a debutante ball? A debutante ball is a formal presentation for young ladies, it also includes workshops in etiquette and dance. Where the young men wear a black tuxedo and the young ladies wear a beautiful white formal gown, white gloves and tiaras.

 

Expert Etiquette Coach Caddie has received her Honorary Doctrine in (Humanity) from Grace International Bible University.  Grace International Bible University has also appointed Coach Caddie as the Director of Woman of Grace (USA, TEXAS)  G.I.B.U Vision: is to help offer free tuition to Christians by establishing colleges in more than 150 nations, giving affiliations to about fifty thousand churches, and by giving (250) thousands scholarships  such as (Bachelor, Master, Doctor and PhD students. Expert Etiquette Coach Caddie is also a global leadership team member of the International Accreditation Commission for Education.

 

Debutante Coach Caddie says that she would like to personally thank the Bishop, Professor Dr.“Rodolph Q. Kwanue Sr. Who’s the Founder, Chancellor and International Director of G.I.B.U.

If you would like to have more information about the debutante registration, please contact: Debutante Coach Caddie (832) 606-2280

For more information on G.I.B.I

http://www.GIBU.education

 

 

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Mr. English (Accounts Manager

(832) 617-6441 (Business Number)

 

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