Carey McBeth, will be on the UBC Okanagan campus to conduct business etiquette seminars for all Faculty of Management students. Her workshop will be held Wednesday, November 7th, at 2:00PM, in the EME 050 Lecture Hall, Level 0. All undergraduate Management students are invited. A separate event is scheduled for Master of Management students only.
Carey McBeth is a nationally recognized business professionalism & etiquette expert. Since graduating from The Protocol School of Washington® in 2002, She has delivered high-energy, high-impact training programs, keynotes and individual coaching to organizations looking to increase employee professionalism, improve their people skills, and enhance the company brand.
She currently delivers training programs at BC’s two largest universities: the University of British Columbia (Sauder School of Business) and Simon Fraser University (Beedie School of Business) along with Douglas College and Vancouver Community College.
Professionally trained in broadcast and media communications, Carey has appeared on CBC Newsworld, Global News, CTV, Breakfast Television and Shaw Media. She has also been featured or quoted in the top national publications including The Globe and Mail and The National Post, along with local publications The Toronto Star, The Montreal Gazette, The Toronto Star, The Vancouver Sun, The Province, Business in Vancouver and BC Business Magazine.
Born and raised in Vancouver, Carey has contributed her time and energy to many local charitable organizations. She is currently chairing the 1st Annual Canadian Bark Ball, a black-tie fundraiser for Canada’s police, military, and search & rescue dogs. She is also a past board member of BC Pets & Friends, and a retired pet therapy dog handler where she enjoyed weekly visits to The BC Cancer Agency with her Golden Retriever, Oakley.