Corporate Rehab is about how leaders can become addicted to the hustle culture, the steps we can take to recover, and how to lead at the next level without yourself in the process. It's my story of twenty years leading in corporate America, and the stories of the 300 female executives I interviewed across medicine, law, technology, business, and education. This book is for anyone whose priorities changed, but has no idea how to begin the process of reclaiming themselves and intentionally getting more from their lives and careers. It walks readers through a framework to REHAB: Recognize their story, Evaluate their patterns and roles, Heal mind, body and spirit, Arise and reconnect with yourself and your strengths, and Build new dimensions of their life and career. It ends with a call to action for corporate America and what we can all do to help leaders shift from mindsets and behaviors of surviving to thriving.

Corporate Rehab:
Ditch the Hustle Culture and Thrive Again



“We need to create cultures to retain the best leaders. We can’t do that without women. Corporate Rehab shines a light on the talented women who left the workforce, and inspires action from companies to design a better way”

-Shelley Zalis, CEO, The Female Quotient

“Drawing from her own story of hitting the wall in our American overwork culture, Jennie has given a voice as well as an approach to millions of women and caregivers who’ve left or been forced out of the workforce, exhausted, overwhelmed, overworked, and looking for more in their lives and work”

-Brigid Schulte, author of the New York Times bestselling book 

Overwhelmed: Work, Love & Play when No One has the Time

“If you’re an executive or aspiring leader -  this is the leadership book you didn’t know you needed. Corporate Rehab blends the neuroscience and psychology of leadership with practical guidance and real stories from women who have been there”

- Dr. Bobbi Wegner, Psychologist, Lecturer at Harvard, CEO of Groops