Speaker | Skin & Nutrition | Media
Empowering women in lifestyle, skin & nutrition, and careers
Tiny tweaks make big changes.
About Jeannie McGinnis
**Just a note – this website as of April 2020 is in the middle of a refurbishment. I am making changes in small ways so please have patience with me as I am slowing recovering from moderate (borderline severe) Covid-19. Three of the four of my family had it and we were in quarantine from mid-March – I am still very fragile but writing is a good outlet in this season.
And a little about my background . . .
I’ve spent over 30 years in the beauty, health and wellness sector in various capacities. In my late 40s, besides a ’95 BA in Journalism & Media, I have qualifications in Advanced Holistic Nutrition, Plant-based Nutrition, Skin – Hormones and Nutrition as well as Aroma Therapy. I’m currently in a Level 4 certification for Skin Analysis and Aesthetics and writing a dissertation on skin and nutrition.
I firmly believe you can put the brakes on signs of premature ageing through nutrition and lifestyle tweaks and I have a passion for a holistic approach to healthy skin and the body.
As a certified coach/mentor & public speaker, I also have a diverse media career which includes voice overs, TV/stage presenting and commercial modelling. However, around when I turned 40 years old is when many of these things started. From around the ages of 25 – 40 I actually was in a pastoral capacity as a coach, mentor and lay counsellor. I still have that same passion, but it looks different in the wellness sector.
I arrived in the UK originally from Texas in 2003 and now have dual Brit/American citizenship with my fantastic husband and two brilliant teenagers.
I’m also Forever Living’s UK & Ireland Advisory Board Skin Care and Beauty trainer and love equipping Forever Business Owners on our aloe based products & skin nutrition.
So find out more about each area and contact me if you would like to work together.
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