Guest Bloggers

Welcome the 2017 Quarter 1 "Guest Bloggers" for The BOSS Network. Each quarter we feature new writers that will provide content to support women in their career, entrepreneurial, professional or personal development. 

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Michelle Small, Founder of CourageousMi, is a consultant whose focus is strengthening, building and equipping "Now" leaders.  What is a “Now” leader? Leading where you are right NOW, for the Now!  As a coach, consultant and trainer she assists entrepreneurs’ process through life transitions by taking life "one bite at a time" to break loose from self-imposed limitations.   

Learn more about Michelle via her website at and follow her on Twitter @courageousmi

Charlene Rhinehart is a keynote speaker, actress, and freelance writer with a background in finance and accounting. She writes for The Huffington Post, Black Enterprise, Women on Business, Ms. Career Girl, and her own blog, Career Goddess Academy. She is the Managing Director of CEO Unlimited LLC, a freelance writing & consulting firm that helps industry leaders and corporations get featured in publications all over the web. 

Learn more about Charlene via her website at and follow her on Twitter @careergoddess

Sylvia Duncan, “The Life Detox Coach,” author and speaker, helps people clear the clutter from their past, to live a life that’s happy and whole.  Sylvia believes that what we’ve experienced and overcome is meant to be shared to help others realize their purpose in life. She accomplishes that through her life-changing programs; Detox Your Life Now Coaching and Be Made Whole Trainings.
Learn more at about Sylvia via her website at and follow her on Twitter @LifeDetoxCoach

Pat E. PerkinsCareer Advancement Mentor, Pat E. Perkins, CPCC is a Leadership & Life Strategist focused on empowering women of color to advance in their careers on purpose, empowered and prosperous. Pat holds an ICF Coaching Certification and a Masters from Roosevelt University. She's a native of Chicago who enjoys being a loving Aunt to a tribe of nieces and nephews. Her personal mission is to see women of color proportionately populate the highest-ranking positions and be divinely compensated for their contributions in the world. Her personal motto is: “To whom much is given, much is required.” 

Learn more about Pat via her website and follow her on Twitter @PatEPerkins

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