Beauty comes from a life well lived. If you’ve lived well, your smile lines are in the right places, and your frown lines aren’t too bad, what more do you need?
Jennifer Garner is an American actress, activist, and entrepreneur. Following her success in the TV drama Alias, Garner landed roles in films such as Elektra, The Kingdom, Juno, The Dallas Buyers Club, and 13 Going on 30. As she continues to gain recognition for her work in the entertainment industry, Garner utilizes her platform as a mechanism to promote her activism and a variety of charities. A board member of Save the Children, Garner frequently advocates for early childhood education, also supporting anti-paparazzi activism for child celebrities. Furthermore, Garner is the co-founder and Chief Brand Officer of the organic baby food company Once Upon a Farm, which has been made available to families eligible for WIC.
Q. How interested are you in politics?
A. My interest is becoming more specific–less about the party, more about if you are a candidate who supports early childhood education. This is connected to my work with Save the Children, which is entering the political realm a little bit. We’ve been raising money, and we’re going to use it to try to influence a couple of campaigns.