Press and Media

Rosalinda Oropeza Randall, Civility and Etiquette Speaker, Author, and Media Source, has been addressing society’s ever-changing behavior, offering tips and advice on how we can interact and resolve dilemmas without flipping out.

Her etiquette trainings and media appearances, she also talks about communication skills, handling awkward dilemmas in the workplace and social settings, as well as generational and cultural considerations.

She has appeared on television, radio/podcasts, as well a quoted in a variety of national and international publications.

She is available to provide commentary or serve as an expert source. For a comprehensive list, please click here.

By lending personality and humor, Rosalinda’s tactful, yet straightforward manner breaks down the perception that social skills and good manners are outdated or too formal.

Her common-sense based approach is coupled with a realistic perspective on today’s ever-changing workplace culture, personal behavior, and relationships.

For commentary, media appearances or radio interviews, please contact her directly for an immediate request: 650.515.0402

A Few of Her TV Appearances

Good Morning America: “Switching Seats: Should you ask?”

Good Day Sacramento: “Holiday Gatherings; Personality Quirks”

Good Day Sacramento: Things to Consider When Offering Encouragement

Good Day Sacramento:
Airplane Etiquette, Part 1

Television Appearance: Etiquette & Civility | 5 Things to Consider When Apologizing

KTLA5: Returning to the workplace post-covid

PUBLIC PLACES: Post Quarantine Manners

Covid-Related Social Dilemmas & How to Handle Them