Leah Marone, MSW, LCSW

Leah Marone, MSW, LCSW, serves as the Lead Mental Wellness Consultant at Corporate Warrior Consulting. Leah is based in Charlotte, NC and has over 20 years of experience as a psychotherapist and corporate mental wellness consultant. Leah received her Master’s degree in clinical social work from the University of Texas at Austin, a top-ranked institution in social work education. She has conducted over 20,000 therapy sessions and contributed articles to reputable publications such as Psychology Today, The Atlantic, and Newsweek, earning recognition for her expertise in mental health.

Leah’s personal journey as a Division I basketball player fuels her passion for working with high-achieving individuals, often described as “type A go-getters.” Her areas of focus include anxiety and stress management, burnout prevention, boundary setting, mindfulness practices, effective communication, and emotional intelligence. Leah’s holistic approach involves a thorough assessment of company culture to tailor her services and address their specific needs. Specifically, Leah’s innovative, 5-step initiative underscores the significance of mental wellness organization-wide, identifying areas for growth and connection. This initiative aims to prevent high turnover, address burnout, and enhance overall collaboration and productivity.

Leah has vast experience facilitating wellness workshops for educators, leaders, and healthcare providers, and has presented her acclaimed “Support, Don’t Solve” framework on prominent stages. Her inspirational keynotes, for both companies and non-profits, provide practical tools for self-awareness that can be seamlessly integrated into busy schedules. Renowned for her expertise in boundary setting and resilience, Leah is a sought-after speaker for leadership groups. She addresses individuals navigating perpetual burnout, often fueled by relentless inner critics and the challenges of people-pleasing. Her insights offer a transformative guide for cultivating resilience and establishing healthy boundaries in demanding professional environments.

Beyond her professional commitments, Leah enjoys traveling, hiking, exercising, and working on her upcoming book slated for publication early next year. Additionally, she actively contributes as a coach for her daughter’s club soccer team, showcasing her dedication to both personal and community well-being.