Press Releases

Peggy Gives 8 Real World Tips to Recent Grads

HerScene Magazine interview with Christine Fellingham – May 16, 2014.   College prepares students for their adult lives in many ways, but it comes up short on questions of style. After all, most campuses have become casual environments where dressing for class can mean rolling out of bed and brushing your teeth. (We hope.) College students … Continue Reading

Peggy Noe Stevens – Mercy Academy Featured Alumna

MERCY ACADEMY – JAGWIRE SPRING 2014 Mercy encouraged me to be unique and develop my own talent and personality. Because of Mercy’s diversity, I met young women from all over the city who helped to shape my values and leadership skills. Read full article here…

Peggy Discusses the Best Bourbon Experiences with HerScene

HerScene, Spring 2014 THE BEST BOURBON EXPERIENCES Whether you’re entertaining out-of-towners, or simply getting in touch with our  Kentucky heritage, master bourbon taster and Louisville native Peggy Noe Stevens serves up some suggestions. Read the full article here…

How to Recover

Mistakes are made in business, pure and simple.  However, when a situation arises between employees and you lose control, saying something that will possibly damage a relationship, how do you recover? Often in my work as an image consultant, clients discuss relationships that need improving; peer to peer, boss to employee, etc. Often situations are … Continue Reading

Peggy Nominated for NAWBO’s EPIC Award

EPIC Awards 2014   The Louisville chapter of the National Association of Women Business Owners is proud to announce the finalists for the 2014 EPIC Awards! This event annually recognizes the Woman Business Owner of the Year.   In the category of large business: Theresa Hinton – Executive Director – Capacity Care, Inc. Diane B. Medley, CPA – … Continue Reading

Career: There are ways to get your stalled job search moving

Make a plan, get organized and keep a positive attitude BY LENROY JONES Contributing columnist A stalled job search is frustrating. Job hunting does take time and typically is stressful. You often hear from people who say that they lack time and have other difficulties that hinder the job search process. However, focusing on lack … Continue Reading

Appreciating Professional Presence

Appreciating Professional Presence: An Interview with 
Author Peggy Noe Stevens* by ADMIN on NOVEMBER 2, 2013, Peggy Noe Stevens in both career and personal life has devoted herself to over twenty years of hospitality, entertaining and the exploration of experiential marketing working with Fortune 500 companies and their employees all over the world.  As a trained and certified protocol, … Continue Reading

Peggy’s Book Chosen as part of University Curriculum

Dawn W. Jackson, DrPH, RHIA, CCS-P, FAHIMA, Program Director and Professor, Health Services Administration for the University of Eastern Kentucky has assigned Peggy’s Professional Presence book for her senior internship class this Spring semester. “Many of the topics in the book fit in perfectly when getting ready for their final internship and future job interviews,” said Dr. Jackson. … Continue Reading

Professional Presence Summer Seminar Series

It’s not too late to register for next week’s professional presence seminar!  Learn the tips and tricks of professional personal stylists to build your professional image…    

Uncommonwealth: Bourbon Women just might want you

Published: April 28, 2013 Updated 3 hours ago By Cheryl Truman — Are you a successful woman who wants to learn to refine your palate with Kentucky’s most famous drink? Then Bourbon Women wants you. Bourbon Women was founded by Peggy Noe Stevens, a Louisville businesswoman who was the world’s first female master taster in the … Continue Reading


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