“The word that comes to mind is WOW! Jennifer really takes readers on a journey to look into themselves and figure out what is important. She challenges you to leave the baggage at the door and focus on yourself! Jennifer truly makes you think about your past and who you are today because of the past. I am extremely excited to be working on my SWAGGER and cannot wait to see where this journey takes me!” Deb Jeffers, Executive Director, Central California and Hawaii/Guam American Cancer Society

“This is not your grandfather’s self-help book. Far from it. Claim Your SWAGGER is filled with common sense and actionable approaches for self-improvement.” — Craig R. Barrett, Retired CEO/Chairman Intel Corporation

“I have known Jennifer for a number of years and she is one of the most thorough, knowledgeable, and professional people I have worked with. Claim Your SWAGGER is a testament to these qualities.” — Ben Chambers, Head of Business School and Talent, People and Culture Grant Thornton UK LLP

“For those raised in Western cultures, ‘swagger’ can have a heavily laden male gender connotation, with images of the rugged American west and equally rugged cowboys coming to mind, so I was pleasantly surprised how Jennifer has taken the term and appropriately reappropriated it for the modern challenges of our post-pandemic world. Claim Your Swagger is an extremely accessible and enjoyable read with practical exercises and ‘go-dos’ for the reader seeking greater personal growth and life balance. The book will take you on a deep and rewarding personal journey of discovery, often through the author’s own heartfelt and transparent shared journey, through thought experiments, and case studies of others’ genuine revelations and insights. I encourage you to discover how empowering it can be to claim your own SWAGGER through the gifts provided within these pages.” — Tim Blakesly, Assistant Dean, Executive Education University of Southern California Marshall School of Business

“In Claim Your Swagger, Jennifer gives us a fun, practical approach to discover and recognize the best (and worst) parts of yourself, and then do something positive with both. A spirited read!” — Peter Mulford, Global Partner, Chief Innovation Officer BTS