Brandi Harvey is an American executive and activist who recently stole several hearts on the internet with a snap showing off her bold red lipstick. The vibrant Brandi looked very poised and elegant, something any father would be proud of.
It’s the vibe for me. ✨
Brandi Harvey at the DuSable Museum of African American History in Chicago, Illinois on October 19, 2015 | Photo: Getty Images
Brandi is very much like her father, Steve Harvey. She believes that life should have a purpose and strives for that. Steve is a well-known American comedian, businessman, and entertainer, and his daughter appears to follow in his footsteps.
The 38-year-old is quite an extraordinary woman and has accomplished much in her life. She founded Beyond Her, a company whose mission is to help women live their best and healthiest life.
Brandi practices what she preaches. She is a proud vegan and tries to live life with a holistic mindset. She also has a passion for fitness and has participated in an amateur bodybuilding competition.
This holistic and active mindset is also present in her work life. She was the executive director of the Steve and Marjorie Foundation, a platform which she used to mentor youngsters.
Brandi is also an avid motivational speaker, and when she isn't busy with the foundation and other work, she gives talks at various events for women and young ladies.
If talking and inspiring wasn't enough, Brandi wrote a book, "Breakthrough Sold Separately: Get Out Of The Boat of Mediocrity And Walk On Water." The book is a mirror of her lifestyle as the book teaches to live with purpose.
She discussed the book with her father on his show, "The Steve Harvey Morning Show" and we can be sure that he must have been very proud to introduce her.
Brandi decided to write a book when she experienced a breakthrough moment after being fired from her job at her father's foundation, something she knew was coming.
She discussed this further in her book where she mentions using people's computers for personal affairs and spending time sitting around planning her girls' trip. Instead of letting being fired becoming a negative point for her, she used the experience to help other women.