Phyllis Mufson is a member of the Baby Boomer Generation, a career/business consultant, and a certified life coach with over 25 years of experience.
Phyllis is trained and certified as a coach through the Coach Training Institute and has completed additional training in Co-Active Leadership and Somatic Coaching. Phyllis’ work in the career field began with delivering outplacement workshops for Right Associates, and she has also served as Director of the Locks Career Center at Moore College of Art and Design.
Before beginning her career as a life coach and consultant, Phyllis was a textile artist whose work sold nationally to individuals and corporate collectors. She was a founder of the San Francisco School and Gallery of Textile Arts, and the winner of a National Endowment for the Arts grant.
As a personal coach, Phyllis has helped hundreds of clients build a bridge between their wildest dreams and their current situation, keeping them focused on their goals and helping them persist and not settle for second best.
As a career consultant, Phyllis has helped clients with job search skills and strategies, business marketing plans, negotiations, and other practical concerns needed to bring goals to fruition.
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Phyllis is also a jeweler and works with her husband to help support “Charity Orphanage” in Liberia through jewelry sales, Personal Treasures http://personaltreasures.etsy.com and Mufi Jewels http://mufi.etsy.com.
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