Halle Berry is taking on a new title to help you reach your personal health goals.
According to a press release, Berry has joined biotech company Pendulum Therapeutics as the Chief Communications Officer. She has also become an equity owner and investor in the company.
The exciting news follows after being a consumer of their probiotics products. Berry was further attracted to the brand after connecting with Pendulum CEO and co-founder Colleen Cutcliffe about motherhood, health, and educating the general public.
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“When Halle and I met, we instantly connected on our shared passion to help others achieve their personal health goals,” said Cutcliffe in a news release. “She is aligned with our mission to empower people to transform their gut and metabolic health with clinically-proven products and we couldn’t be more thrilled to have her on board. In an industry rife with fly-by-night wellness enthusiasts, we both sensed one another’s authenticity from the onset and knew this partnership would promote substantive health improvement for the masses.”
Berry’s duties will be to aid in Pendulum Therapeutics’ development and innovation alongside their executive team. She will be working closely with experts in “microbiology, biochemistry, medicine, and nutrition from research institutions such as Johns Hopkins University, Cornell University, and Stanford University.”
“Your gut and microbiome are so important to the rest of your overall health. It’s all connected. When I started using Pendulum, I immediately felt the difference in both my body and mind and I have been using it every day since,” said Berry, according to a press release. “I am beyond excited to join the brilliant and thoughtful Pendulum team. We all know how tough it can be to break through the noise and find the healthy practices that truly work best for you and your body. My hope is that in this new role, I can help others discover this incredible product and begin their own personal journeys towards a more holistic and healthy life.”