Daniel Post Senning



Daniel Post Senning is the great-great grandson of Emily Post and a co-author of Emily Post’s Etiquette, 18th edition and The Etiquette Advantage in Business, 3rd edition. He is also the author of Emily Post’s Manners in a Digital World, Living Well Online.

Dan conducts etiquette seminars and delivers speeches across the country and around the world. He is a personable and dynamic presenter who takes pleasure in making the topic of etiquette useful and approachable to all audiences. He has previously worked with clients including Emirates Airlines, Le Meridien Hotels, The Peninsula Hotels, Cancer Treatment Centers of America, Barclay's Financial, UBS, Emerson Process Management, and the Trinidad and Tobago Tourism and Hospitality Institute. He has worked as a spokesperson for Bank of America. Dan also co-teaches the Emily Post Children’s Etiquette Train the Trainer Course with his mother, Cindy Post Senning, Ed.D.

Together with his cousin Lizzie Post, Dan answers 21st century etiquette questions on Awesome Etiquette, a podcast from American Public Media. Dan is also the Webmaster and editor of online content for www.emilypost.com and hosts The Institute's Q&A blog, The Etiquette Daily.

Dan is an active spokesperson for the Institute, and has appeared on the Today Show, The History Channel, ESPN, and Better TV. He is a regular guest on the CBS affiliate in Burlington, VT and has contributed to The Huffington Post. He has been interviewed by publications including The New York TimesEsquire, GQ, Glamour, Time Magazine, and The Wall Street Journal.

Prior to joining The Emily Post Institute in 2008, Dan worked in the performing arts, touring with the Laurie Cameron Company based in Los Angeles. He is a graduate of Pomona College and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in molecular biology. He currently lives in the Burlington, Vermont area.





What people are saying about Manners In A Digital World, Living Well Online:


"I sought out this book because of an upcoming wedding, but found it very helpful in many other areas, such as business emails and Facebook communications. Learned so much about Twitter that I can actually use it now. Emily Post's Manners in a Digital World: Living Well Online" -Amazon reader review  

"Not many books make me happy to read and I go along with. But this book hits it spot on. I really think "Manners in a digital world" needs to be given to everyone. In fact I wish I had a case of these and as people break the common sense rules and show rudeness I could just hand these out to them." -Amazon reader review


Emily Post's Manners in a Digital World (Excerpt) by OpenRoadMedia





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