Beauty, Humanity, and B Corps with Jennifer Norman
“Every company is in the wellness business, whether they know it or not.”
Today, Jennifer joins me to talk about beauty. She defines what it means to be beautiful and explains why she started The Human Beauty Movement.
Jennifer notes the importance of creating good role models and safe spaces, and she emphasizes the power of self-care. She offers her thoughts on B Corp and shares the triple bottom line of running a business well.
She also shares the story behind her SuperCaptainBraveMan series, emphasizing the importance of inclusivity and the need to encourage asking questions.
This Week on The Mindset Zone:
- All about The Human Beauty Movement
- The importance of creating better role models and safe spaces
- The importance of self-care
- Jennifer’s thoughts on B-Corps
- The triple bottom line of running a business
- The SuperCaptainBraveMan
- Why we need to normalize asking questions
Jennifer Norman possesses over 20 years of marketing, management, and leadership experience in consumer products, beauty care, and natural products industries. Her work experience ranges from major brands such as L'Oreal, Victoria's Secret, and Neutrogena to premium indie brands such as Stila Cosmetics, Honest Beauty and Derma E. Jennifer is passionate about diversity appreciation, humanitarianism, and inspiring others to be their most exceptional selves. In her most recent move, she has founded The Human Beauty Movement and Humanist Beauty to foster radical inclusion and people/planet wellness in the beauty/lifestyle industries. Additionally, Ms. Norman is the author and publisher of the award-winning children's picture book series The Adventures of SuperCaptainBraveMan, which promotes early-age friendship, kindness, and understanding of individuals presenting physical or neurological differences.
- Connect with Jennifer on LinkedIn
- The Human Beauty Movement
- Humanist Beauty