Harlem Skin & Laser Clinic


George Jordan, Operations Manager

Skin care and beauty expert Seven Brown established Harlem Skin & Laser Clinic in 2010 to provide Harlem with clinical facials, chemical peels, skin rejuvenation, hair removal, targeted treatments and other skin related services through a holistic direct service model. HireHarlem.com sat down with Harlem Skin & Laser Clinic Operations Manager, George Jordan, to learn more about the organization's community service efforts and roots in Harlem.

HH: What is the Mission of Harlem Skin & Laser Clinic? 

GJ: Our mission is  to make skin beautiful and share the practice of mindful beauty while providing remarkable service – one guest at a time. As a Harlem based clinic that serves black and brown communities, we are able to address unmet esthetic health needs specific to the melanin in our skin. We want our clinic to be a serene and quiet place that is serviceable to the client, clean and comfortable. 

HH: What does it mean to be a part of the Harlem community?

GJ:  Harlem is a community of people who reach out and support each other. After working here for the first year I was genuinely shocked at how often community members share resources and offer referrals for other business owners. The businesses in this community really communicate with one another and that synergy is what makes this community unique. 

HH: How does Harlem Skin & Laser give back to the community?

Harlem Skin & Laser Clinic (HSLC) pledges to feature and support Harlem causes and non-profit organizations in an effort to help them raise awareness and recruit volunteers for their work. We do this promotion on our website and in person with our clients. HSLC is currently featuring and partnering with Harlem Park to Park which is a neighborhood development organization of entrepreneurs committed to cultural preservation, small business and community development in Central Harlem. HSLC is also a member of The Alliance which aims to establish Frederick Douglas Boulevard as a model residential and commercial corridor. The Alliance also increases locally-owned and managed businesses on Frederick Douglass Boulevard through strategic marketing, activities and events. By fostering partnerships, civic participation and collaboration among residents, The Alliance improves quality of life and maintains a clean, safe boulevard where residents, visitors and workers to live, shop and work. In addition, our partnership with the Koch Internship Program (KIP) provides high school students with opportunities in business management, aesthetics, marketing and promotion. KIP is a semester of professional education and an internship opportunity on site with an organization like HSCL for students who are passionate about free societies and want to work to improve people's lives. 

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