About the Sydney Model Agency
and Etiquette College

Val Edwards

Val Edwards knows that “First Impressions are Lasting Impressions” and that is why when you leave home you should always look and act in a respectful way.

Val is married, has 3 children and 7 grandchildren. The reason she acquired this business was to “make a difference” and she has trained thousands of young men and women to be the very best they can be.

When Val was 18 she was invited to enter the “Miss Australia Quest”, she represented her region and raised the most money that year for Cerebral Palsy.

It was an honour for Val to be appointed an attache during the Olympic Games held in 2000 in Sydney, for one of the 199 countries participating in the Games. She was also invited to train the 150 “Medal Presenting Staff” and her promotional models assisted in corporate hospitality for several of the visiting countries.

Raechelle Inman

Raechelle Inman

Non-Executive Director of Sydney Model Agency and Sydney Etiquette College.

Raechelle attended the first Sydney Etiquette class under Val's ownership in 1993.

Raechelle modelled for several years whilst at university, then worked as a Sports Journalist writing and presenting sports stories on TV in both Australia and for BSkyB in London.

From there she was headhunted into the corporate world and headed up Marketing, Events and Communications for CBA and has now joined Destination NSW as their General Manager of Communications.