Cilene Bosch was born in Brasil, moved to Los Angeles at 4. She moved to Nashville in 1995, where her daughter attended college. She worked in travel and hospitality, until she worked as marketing manager for Media Play a Big Box multi-entertainment retailer with stores nationwide and handled 11 stores, overseeing marking and promotions. She worked with music labels to drive sales, organized in-store point of purchase displays and events in collaboration with a video company, offering independent artists consignment in a retail environment, featuring a video of artists, looped on a TV near the display of their product. The concept was put in stores in a nine-bank screen display, countrywide. Many indies performed in the stores. Cilene received the Music Woman to Watch Award from Music Woman in Nashville. She founded Women of Music Music of Women (WMMW) that presented concerts, networking, showcases, media, radio play, retail sales of music, when there was no Facebook or YouTube. By connecting with international organization her members received radio play, interviews, and were hightlighted in her monthly newsletter that featured industry experts. In June 2000, she Voice Records became the WMMW record label. With 11 chapters in U.S. cities and abroad, the launch party was hosted at Warner Brothers Headquarters on Music Row. Cilene was Honorary Committee member of Donne de Musica in Rome, Italy, and three WMMW artists participated in their jubilee. Due to her father’s illness, Cilene closed WMMW in 2004, but she remains interested in supporting women in music.