Hi, I’m Jennifer Perri !

"Empowering Women to Rise Above:
Jennifer Perri's Mission of Empowerment"

In the small town of Eddystone, Pennsylvania, nestled just outside of Philadelphia, a remarkable woman named Jennifer Perri emerged from humble beginnings to become a beacon of strength and empowerment. Growing up in a tight-knit community, Jennifer’s infectious charisma and genuine warmth allowed her to effortlessly forge connections with people from all walks of life. Whether it was befriending the drama club, band members, or football team, Jennifer’s ability to make friends wherever she went was a testament to her magnetic personality.

While Jennifer’s school years were marked by popularity and academic success, life took an unexpected turn during her senior year of high school when her parents went through a divorce. This jarring experience shattered the protective bubble she had known, forcing her to confront the harsh realities of life outside her comfort zone. In an act of rebellion against her mother, she found herself entangled in a relationship with a charismatic but ultimately toxic individual. What began as a promising future, with academic honors and a full scholarship, swiftly transformed into a tumultuous and abusive marriage that threatened her very existence.

Escaping the clutches of her abuser, Jennifer embarked on a journey of self-discovery and resilience. Struggling to raise her two young children, she faced numerous challenges, both emotional and financial. Seeking guidance and support from others who had walked a similar path, Jennifer discovered that there was a striking lack of resources for women navigating divorce and the aftermath of abuse. Determined to fill this void, she resolved to become the mentor she had desperately needed during her darkest days.

Drawing on her own struggles and triumphs, Jennifer found solace and purpose in the realm of financial consulting. By helping women rebuild their lives after divorce, she imparted practical knowledge and strategies to empower them to take control of their finances. However, Jennifer’s impact went far beyond spreadsheets and budgets. Recognizing that every individual has a unique story, she became an inadvertent coach, compassionately guiding her clients through their personal journeys of healing and transformation.

Fast forward to December 2021, a pivotal moment in Jennifer’s life. Despite the challenges she had already overcome, fate dealt her yet another blow. Struck by Guillain-Barré Syndrome, Jennifer found herself paralyzed from the shoulders down, thrust into a grueling process of rehabilitation. Determined not to be defined by her physical limitations, she embraced the power of the mind and embarked on a remarkable recovery journey. Jennifer’s unwavering spirit and unwavering belief in herself became an inspiration to those around her.

Reflecting on her life’s journey, Jennifer discovered a newfound purpose as the world grappled with the profound impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. Recognizing the need for emotional support and guidance in times of crisis, she transitioned into coaching, lending her compassionate ear and invaluable insights to individuals navigating life’s most challenging moments. Drawing from her own experiences of isolation and judgment, Jennifer poured herself into the lives of others, offering a sense of hope, resilience, and the unwavering belief that no one should face life’s trials alone.

Today, Jennifer Perri stands as a living testament to the indomitable human spirit. With a beautiful life, a loving husband, and a fulfilling career, she has triumphed over adversity and emerged stronger than ever. Jennifer’s journey, though marred by hardship, has equipped her with the unwavering resolve to effect change in the world. With each client she empowers, and each life she touches, Jennifer continues to rewrite the narratives of resilience and triumph, proving that we all have the power to craft our own destinies.

Join Jennifer Perri on this remarkable journey of empowerment and discover the strength that lies within you. Let’s change the world one life at a time.


Our stories give us the power

to become the author of our past and future experiences and unleash our truth.

Every woman has a story, and this one is mine.

When I was in my 20’s, I found myself engulfed in a volatile marriage marked by mental, emotional, and physical abuse. The relationship finally imploded, thankfully, after years of violence that left me broken and my abuser imprisoned. At the time, I had no job, no child support, and meager resources to keep my family afloat. I did not know who to turn to for guidance or how to pick up the pieces of my life. I felt completely lost and isolated.

That was over 20 years ago now! As painful as those dark days were, my divorce ultimately saved my life in more ways than one. As I continued my journey to heal and find purpose, I felt led to help other women; a way to take my “mess” and make it my “message.” I wanted to become for other women the person I desperately needed but could not find. My experiences helped me turn my wounds to wisdom; I remain determined to help other women transition from trauma to triumph.

Through my work with my financial consulting and coaching firm, I have been able to help hundreds of individuals manage their toughest seasons victoriously, such as their divorce, loss of a loved one, and career transitions. I help women find their financial confidence, reclaim their power, and embrace a life of prosperity.

I thought that was it. That was my triumph over trauma, but life always has other plans while we’re busy making our own. I would soon find out that this was only training for what would happen next.

I have been alive for over half a century now, but a period of fifty-six days completely changed my life.

On December 20th 2021, I woke up expecting a full day of holiday cheer but instead felt a tingly sensation in my legs. A pinched nerve, I thought, as I drove myself to the chiropractor.

3 days, an MRI, and a spinal tap later I found myself in a hospital bed slowly losing feeling and function in my body from the legs up due to a rare neurological disease that was causing my immune system to attack my peripheral nervous system called Guillain-Barré Syndrome.

I transferred to Atlanta for a 5-day infusion in hopes of stopping the progression of the paralysis. As a precaution, they moved me to the Intensive Care Unit for the night in case the spreading paralysis compromised my lungs and stopped my ability to breathe.

My husband wasn’t permitted to stay, so he went home to regroup as I laid in the ICU attached to machines and monitors, simply trying to process what was going on and feeling myself become more immobile with each passing hour.

It didn’t seem real…

I couldn’t wrap my head around what was happening. I felt alone, scared, uncertain, and completely helpless.

Sleeping was out of the question. As I lay there, I could feel myself losing feeling in my body. I wanted to scream; I wanted to throw things; I wanted to cry; but I couldn’t do anything. Then came the pain.

The pain that comes along with GBS is indescribable. I couldn’t sleep; I couldn’t move; I couldn’t get comfortable. As the nerves began to heal from the treatment, I felt like someone was continuously shocking me from my head to my toes.

But then the head neurologist came in and stood at the end of my bed and told me that, although he felt optimistic about my recovery, they were projecting about a 90% return to who I was before – and that it would take time. A long time…

I started the treatment and for the first time I felt a glimmer of hope

But he was right, it would take a long time.

With limited mobility from the waist down, I couldn’t feel my arms, hands, entire torso – front or back – and my face was still partially paralyzed. I was unable to dress or wash myself and had to depend on my husband, the nurses, and the therapists for everything.

I entered rehab and worked every day to relearn how to write, walk, dress myself, feed myself, and more. Finally, I came home but had to rely on my husband for nearly everything. I prayed every day that I’d soon be able to walk again.

And then, 56 excruciatingly long days later, I took my first steps.

This was the most mentally, physically, emotionally, and spiritually demanding period in my life, but I made it.

And as I sit here today, still recovering, there is a fire in my heart stronger than ever before. I know much of this recovery had to do with my mindset, will and determination to get better.

It reinforced the importance of the work I do with women transforming the way they see themselves and empowering them to take on ANYTHING that life throws their way. If I can do it, so can you.

A photograph of Jennifer Perri working with a clinical staffer on a walker with a wheelchair in tow.
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