If you are unsure if the digital footprint you are creating for yourself will leave you with limited career prospects or educational aspirations, don’t despair, we are here to help. We will help you discover the tools to build a solid and respectful online presence that will enhance your opportunities.
Many people and businesses take for granted the power of social media and how it can make or break you not only personally but professionally.
Working with educators, training organisations, community organisations, consultants and industry partners who share an ethical approach to social media networking and social media marketing, allows an amazing pool of knowledge, experiences and skills to be combined to assist you. We are a program partner of Stay Smart Online, an Australian Government initiative advocating online safety.
Social Ediquette is particularly focused on working with parents, senior highschool students, young adults, model/actors and professionals to build a solid profile using industry specific platforms.
Marianne Rom is the founder of Social Ediquette™, and Western Australia’s First Online Reputation & Etiquette Educator for School Leavers, Actors & Professionals. She provides education and strategies to assist you in building a solid online reputation whilst not losing sight of the need for creating a safer and supportive environment for all.
Marianne is committed to providing education and training to assist school leavers build and manage a safe and reputable online presence for life beyond the classroom. She believes our reputation is our greatest asset and delivers training focussed on providing the right tools and strategies to connect and communicate your core values in your areas of interest.
“I help teens embrace the value of their own life experiences and show them that they have enough skills and inner awesome to begin building a reputable and respectful personal brand using social media. “
Marianne’s corporate background in Executive Management & Administration in various industries including not for profits and more recently in the education sector with the Parents & Friends’ Federation of WA, Inc, running her own consulting business since 2005 and as a social media educator and trainer since 2010 lends well to enriching our youth through her niche presence in personal branding and social etiquette.
Being involved in the entertainment industry from her early years in musical theatre back in Canada as both a singer and actor, and then performing with her musician husband for the past 24 years. Marianne has successfully managed Rhay’s musical career for nearly 25 years and is one of the few performers in the WA who has carved his little niche in the WA music scene without the need of an agent! Having a up-and-coming professional actor/model in the house and working closely with casting agents, acting coaches and industry players gives Marianne insider knowledge and experience to ensure your young artist is in good hands.
Marianne has been an active member of her children’s school-based committees for thirteen years and in December 2013 was awarded life membership to St Peter’s School P&F. She has a son who is in full-time paid employment since graduating highschool (Catholic) in 2015 and a daughter in Year 10 (Public). Marianne is a certified trainer/assessor and also a program partner for the Australian Government’s Stay Smart Online National Cybersafety initiative; a recognised social media authority in the community and is committed to supporting educators and parents to provide our youth the best possible head start for life and work.
Marianne is a passionate and committed person with a deep interest helping those less fortunate to help themselves. She is co-founder of a sewing project to assist women in rural Philippines and recently formalised her latest project “Raise The Roof Ormoc” to assist Filipinos rebuild their homes after the devastating typhoon which ripped through parts of the Philippines in November 2013. Not one to shy away from giving back to the community, Marianne joined the Women In Leadership Driving Change (WILD’C) non profit organisation passionate about supporting others on their journey to bigger and better things – creating tomorrow’s leaders by changing what we do today. After presenting our program in the Western Australian Prison system we are now an approved training provider for the Department of Corrective Services.