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The See Girl Work blog is a magazine-style information hub for small business owners and entrepreneurs. We publish, research and explore trends and conversations centered around marketing, branding strategies, social media and content publishing best practices. We love interacting with entrepreneurs, freelancers and side-hustlers to hear their stories and be inspired by them. We also share lifestyle, wellness, fashion and style tools and tips for women balancing a boss lifestyle.

Alethea Robinson

Founder & Blogger-in-Chief, See Girl Work

Alethea Robinson is the founder of See Girl. With over 10 years of experience, she specializes in marketing campaign execution, project management, team management and trade show planning and events. Alethea is also skilled at developing online marketing content including blog posts, interviews, editorials and social media.

Jennifer Joseph

Jennifer Joseph

Freelance Journalist & Social Media Strategist

Jennifer Joseph is a freelance journalist and social media strategist. As a freelancer — she establishes her own rules. She loves any opportunity to work with new clients. Although her brand is still in the works, she continues her grind and hustle by collaborating with brands such as BeautyDesk.com, YesJulz, motivational speaker and international best-selling author, Pauleanna Reid, Kontrol Magazine, Urbanology and most recently joining TOM Fashion Week and Pride Toronto's social media team. Writing may be her first love but the digital marketing world has also caught her attention — and she has been doing both ever since.

Stephanie Rubio

Stephanie Rubio

Owner, SoVerve Marketing Group

Stephanie Rubio is the founder of SoVerve Marketing Group, a bespoke business consulting and marketing firm that caters to small business owners and solopreneurs.

Jennee Rasavong

Jennee Rasavong

Content Marketing Writer

Jennee Rasavong is a content marketing writer who helps startups and solopreneurs build an online brand that they love. She crafts simplified, uncomplicated content in the form of blog posts, social media copy and email newsletters.

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