Ever wonder what Prince smelled like? Lisa Price, founder of Carol’s Daughter has been a beauty, Prince and fragrance fan since childhood and each has informed her beauty journey, from creating creams in her kitchen to running of the most successful personal care brands on the market today.
Lisa Price has been involved in the racing scene for decades and has a wealth of experience both on the track and behind the mic. During this episode, Lisa and Cam go over what's involved in putting on a race series, the history of where JetJam began, what you need to get yourself on the line, this year's racing schedule and all the companies who have supported making the event series happen! You can find all the details, including the dates for the rest of this year’s series at www.jetjam.racing. And if you want some professional photos during the race make sure to hit up Kenny Wong @KDWPhotos
Morray + Latham Thomas + Lisa Price + Cariol Horne
The Breakfast Club
Today on the show we had a variety of guest come through on the show with th6e first guest being the newest artist out of Northe Carolina, Morray who spoke on his come up, loving his wife and new projects. Next we had Lathan Thomas and Lisa Price come in to speak on Black Maternal Health, ‘Love Delivered’ Program and more. And lastly they had Cariole Horne call in to speak on her recently winning her case after intervening in police misconduct, Creating New Laws and more. Also, Charlamagne gave "Donkey of the Day" to 2 women who were busted for trying to use a $1 million bill at a Dollar General Store! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
From Baby Jars to Beauty Bars: The Rise of Carol's Daughter with Lisa Price | Ep. 16
SheSpeaks: How She Does It
Lisa price turned a passion project she started out of her Brooklyn apartment into the national beauty brand, Carol's Daughter. She launched herself into a new full-time career, far outside her old job in the television industry. In this episode, you'll hear how Lisa credits her mother, Carol, with inspiring and supporting her to start selling her products in the early 90's, leading to a loyal base of customers, which would go onto include Oprah and Jada Pinkett-Smith. Hear as we talk about how a dream born in a kitchen turned into one of the most successful multi-cultural hair and beauty lines in the country. Learn more by visiting Lisa price on Instagram at @iamlisaprice and via the Carol's Daughter Website, carolsdaughter.com & on IG at @Carolsdaughter.
Overcoming depression and addiction with Lisa Price | Guest Stories
Light Above Solitude
#013: Guest Stories Segment. My chat with Lisa Price from Penny's Place about her journey with depression and addiction. And how her animals have aided her in her healing and growth. Lisa's Mental Health Resources: When you're down, and troubled, and need a helping hand... You don't have to go it alone. Don't go it alone! Help may be closer than you think. CALL 911 IF YOU ARE IN IMMEDIATE CRISIS! -- Request Crisis Intervention specialists. Here’s a handful of government resources for free support, advice, and referrals: SAMHSA - Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration 800-662-HELP (4357) Helpline 800-726-4727 Treatment Referral Helpline www.SAMHSA.gov NAMI - National Alliance on Mental Illness 800-950-NAMI (6264) Helpline (M – F 10-6 ET only) TEXT NAME to 741-741 24.7 crisis support National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 800-273-TALK (8255) www.Suicidepreventionlifeline.org/chat/ Veteran’s Crisis Line 800-273-TALK (8255) press “1” CalHOPE 833-317-HOPE (4673) // GUEST LINKS // Lisa’s Website: https://www.pennysplacedig.com/ Find all the show notes at: https://www.lightabovesolitude.com/13 Join the FREE Luminaries Community at https://luminaries.lightabovesolitude.com/
In this episode, I speak with mom, wife, and founder of Grieve Breathe Believe Lisa Price on Finding Hope After Loss. Lisa tells her story of child loss as she shares the life and death of her daughter Ari. Her mission is to encourage grieving parents after the death of a child, and she conveys a message of hope after such a great loss. Find Lisa on her website, Facebook, and Instagram
Today's podcast is sponsored by The Better Nutrition Program and Fullscript. Below is a link to the FREE practitioner account.https://thebetternutritionprogram.comhttps://us.fullscript.com/practitioner-signup/BNPLisa A. Price NDwww.drlisapricend.com EducationDoctor of Naturopathic Medicine, 1998; Bastyr University, Bothell, WAMaster of Science, 1988; SUNY, College of Environmental Science and Forestry. Environmental Biotechnology/Microbiology and Biochemistry.Bachelor of Science, 1986; SUNY, College of Environmental Science and Forestry. Environmental Forest Biology.Work Experience Naturopathic Doctor 2018 – current, Seattle, WA; Tacoma, WA – Currently in solo practice in Seattle as well as a practitioner with the Puget Sound Family Health Clinic in Tacoma, Washington. Naturopathic Doctor 1999-2018, Seattle, WA – Northwest Natural Health Clinic (2011 – August, 2018), a specialty clinic delivering complementary cancer care in partnership with Oncologists at four major Puget Sound Cancer Clinics and hospitals. Our team of physicians also delivers a broad range of healthcare services to patients. My passion is food during all phases of cancer treatment (see book publication). Adjunct Faculty, Bastyr University 2003 to current, Kenmore, WA - Responsible for teaching various courses including Biochemistry (current), Introduction to Western Pathology, Infectious Disease Laboratory, Microbiology Lecture and Laboratory, Disease Processes I and Disease Processes II, Biochemistry Laboratory. I also taught Microbiology at Seattle Institute of Oriental Medicine (2005). Research Instructor, Department of Basic Sciences, School of Natural Health Sciences, Bastyr University, 2005-2007, Kenmore, WA – As part of an NIH-supported research team in the Wenner/Novack laboratories, I studied the immunomodulating affects of Trametes versicolor, a traditionally used medicinal mushroom, with regards to breast cancer. My focus was looking at 1) the affects the mushroom has on the population dynamics and phenotypic expression of T helper cells, and 2) elucidation of mechanistic pathways (TLRs) involved in inflammatory cytokine secretion. I functioned as a primary investigator and thus had the responsibilities of designing and executing experiments and experimental designs, problem solving, inventory and ordering, data analysis and participating as part of the team. I was also responsible for generating reports and publishing papers to help support the groups efforts and to build my own portfolio. In the border sense this position required me to function as part of the Basic Science Department team which entailed attending meetings and participating in various working committees.NIH T32 Post Doctoral Fellow, 2007-2010, Kenmore, WA – This position was a continuation of the research instructor position. This mentored position provided extended training in basic and clinical sciences. Additionally, my interests included investigation of Trametes versicolor, and other natural products affects on the translational protein PI 3 kinase and Akt in PTEN null tumor cells. My responsibilities also extended to research coordination and management. During this period of time I completed my first training for clinical research involving human subjects. As well, I mentored over eight students in our basic science laboratory.Co- investigator for Merkel cell carcinoma pilot study, 2009 – 2011, Kenmore, WA – This position entailed developing a clinical plan to study the effects of medicinal mushrooms on Merkel cell carcinoma. The study worked in collaboration with Dr. Paul Nghiem, MD, PhD at the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance. Our teams planned to investigate the changes that occur with regards to CD8, MHC class I in the tumor, and to Natural Killer cells systemically. I also served as a study clinician that involved creating study protocol and the Informed Consent form as well as other study documents. Graduate Research, 1985-1988. SUNY, ESF, Syracuse, N.Y. - Research focused on isolating a bacterium capable of lignin degradation, and the subsequent identification of the bacterium, and the isolation and structural identification of lignin metabolites. Techniques included soil collection, bacterial culture and isolation using microbiological techniques, cell lyphilization, thin plate chromatography, solvent extraction, column chromatography, NMR, HPLC, and spectroscopic DNA analysis. Technical writing, statistical data analysis, and some grant writing were also involved. Research results were delivered at the 1987 American Association of Microbiology conference in Atlanta, GA.Research Laboratory Assistant, 1988-1989, Syracuse, N.Y. - Research involved the biodegradation of lignin by specific fungi. Research focused on various aspects, including products of biodegradation and enzymatic isolation and kinetic studies. Techniques used included spectrophotometric assays and radioisotope studies. Paper published by group in the Journal of Biochemistry, 1989.Research Laboratory Assistant, 1989-1990, Anchorage, AK; University of Alaska, Anchorage - Immunological research focused on the induction and isolation of various forms of DHEA from mice species. I was responsible for all aspects, as the sole laboratory assistant for the project. Techniques included ELISA assays, radioisotope/thin layer chromatography, Western and Northern blot with radioisotopes. Much of the research was focused on the initial development of isolation techniques.Peace Corps, Benin, West Africa, 1990 - Was placed in forestry position with the intent of identification and inventory of existing indigenous tree species. Intensive French languages training completed as well as introduction to ethnobotanical uses and identification of native tree and plant species.Environmental Research Laboratory Assistant, 1991-1992, Parametrix, Bellevue, WA - Environmental research technician. Activities focused on performing standard toxicology assays on soil samples and crustacean species. I was also given the responsibility to develop a new protocol for testing a specific toxin. Other responsibilities included soil sample collection and preparation, and serving as a scientific liaison to the environmental engineers at the firm.Community Coalition for Environmental Justice, 1992 -1995, Seattle, WA - The coalition's activities focused on the identifying "hot spots" in the Seattle area which may be experiencing high relative pollution exposure by industry. The national trend for this type of exposure is in low income and communities of color. I served on the originating committee that formed the coalition as a non-profit. I also served as an organizer of the first conference on Environmental Justice in the Pacific Northwest and for a summer held a paid research staff (I subsequently entered Bastyr University).Bastyr University Bioethics Committee, 1996-1997, Kenmore, WA - Was nominated and requested to serve on the committee at Bastyr University which reviews proposals for alternative research. The review process only focused on the ethics of research. Responsibilities included reading and understanding the basic information proposed in the document, participating in discussion at the meeting, and participating in the decision if the proposal meets with ethical integrity.Sappho/Verbena Clinic at the Country Doctor Health Clinic, 1999- 2006, Seattle, WA - Position involved all aspects of patient care including intake, examination, diagnosis, and referral. Sappho clinic is an integrated clinic with a MD, a nurse practitioner, and a naturopath. It is part of the Country Doctor Public Health Clinic.Vashon Natural Medicine, 2000- 2001, Vashon, WA - Position involved all aspects of patient care including intake, examination, diagnosis, and referral. Therapeutics used includes botanical medicine, homeopathy, supplements and diet manipulation. Stonewall Recovery Services, 2001 - 2004, Seattle, WA - Position involved reviewing title 19 charts for addiction support service funding. I am looking for indication of addiction, as referred to in the DMV. Capital Hill Clinic, 2001 - 2003, Seattle, WA - Small primary care health clinic, was independently run and managed by myself. Responsibilities included patient intake, examination, referrals, diagnosis, billing, and inventory. Bioresources Development and Conservation program Applied Integrated Medical Systems Project, Project Coordinator, 2001-2004, Seattle, WA/Washington, DC – Program sought to create and apply a model for integrated medicine in tropical ecosystems. Responsibilities included developing concept paper, grant proposals, grants, networking, building computer databases, marketing and research. Curriculum Consultant, Bastyr University, 2003 to 2006, Kenmore, WA – Responsible for the development of a preparatory course for incoming naturopathic students. Responsibilities included developing a course schedule, resources, evaluations, examinations, tutoring, and class times. I supervised and hired seven teachers and tutors.Honors OPUS23 Certification 2019 – current (genomic analysis expert using OPUS23 software)Naturopath for Seattle Opera 2014- currentNational Society of Naturopathic Physicians of Color, Secretary 2012Research Coordinator, Northwest Natural Health Clinic, 2011 - 2018NCCAM Minority Researcher Spotlight – 2010Mentor for research students at Bastyr University – 2007-2013NIH/NCCAM T32 Post Doctoral Fellowship Grant– 2005-2010NIH Diversity Awards Supplement – Oct. 2005 – 2007Counseling Honors, Naturopathic Medicine Program, Bastyr University, 1997-1998Bioethics Committee, Bastyr University – 1996-1997Founder, Community Coalition for Environmental Justice, Seattle WA, 1992-1995Peace Corps, Benin, West Africa, 1990Thesis Committee member for M.S. nutrition students (2), 2009-2013 FellowshipsFellowship from SUNY, ESF for Master of Science research.NIH, T32 Postdoctoral Fellowship; 2005 to 2010 PresentationsAmerican Microbiology Association, 1987; Presented graduate research results at the annual conference in Atlanta, GACancer Care Lifeline, 2012-current; Present on various aspects of complementary cancer care. Gilda’s Club, 2013; Presented on how food and nutrition can help to support conventional cancer treatment and decrease side effects. Publications and Abstracts “Breast Cancer: Thriving through Treatment” Demos Health Publishing, Inc., NYC publish date: Spring 2019 “Prostate Cancer: Thriving through Treatment” Demos Health Publishing, Inc., NYC published Jan., 2019 “Cooking Through Cancer Treatment to Recovery” cookbook published March 16, 2015 by Demos Medical Publishing Inc. Price and Gins “Stimulation of TNF-alpha secretion by Polysaccharide Krestin, a Trametes versicolor mushroom extract, is toll-like receptor 4-dependent and dectin-1 independent”, Price et al. Submitted for publication in February, 2010 to Fitoterapia, accepted June 2010.“Comparative effects of Reishi and Turkey Tail Mushrooms on macrophage receptors”, Price et al.; presented at the American Society of Pharmacognosy, Honolulu, HI, 2009.Stimulation of TNF- α secretion by Polysaccharide Krestin, a Trametes versicolor mushroom extract, is toll-like receptor 4-dependent and dectin-1 independentLisa A. Price, Cynthia A. Wenner, Daniel T. Sloper, Joel W. Slaton, Jeffrey P. Novack; presented at the American Society of Pharmacognosy, Greece 2008 and at the Annual Oxford International Conference on The Science of Botanicals, Mississippi, 2007Post-Intelligencer article, August 2006 – “August blackberries: Invasive weed or nutritional powerhouse?”Additional Projects Allegory: Stories that shape the Soul Host, Unapologetically Black series (Merika Productions) March 2019 New Urban Unlimited Radio Health Show “The Feed” – KKNW 1150 AM radio broadcast 2013- 2018Sound Integrated Health News, Founder and Chief Editor- online publication dedicated to promoting the use of integrated medical therapies. 2009-2012Gage Art Studio Youth Committee. Seattle, 2009- 2013Bastyr University working group for the creation of a program in Pharmacognosy M.S./PhD- 2006 to 2009 Board Member: Community Coalition for Environmental Justice, Seattle Washington, 2009Peruvian Ethnobotany working group, 2005 to current; group’s goal is to establish a collaborative grant focused on an interdisciplinary study of specific Peruvian medicinal plantsAssisted in the development of the Bastyr University's ethnobotany class curriculum taught in 2001.Contextual Healing Workshops, 2001 - Formulated and organized workshops regarding how symbols affect health and healing processes.
Being a Black Hair Care and Beauty Pioneer ft. Lisa Price, Founder of Carol's Daughter
The Hue Report
Welcome back, beautiful people! This week's guest is truly a pioneer in the Black hair care and beauty industry. For episode five, I'm chatting with none other than Lisa Price – the founder of natural hair and beauty brand Carol's Daughter.Carol's Daughter's story begins in Lisa's Brooklyn kitchen in the '90s when she began concocting her own fragrances, perfumes, and creams. In 1993, she was encouraged by her mother, Carol, to begin selling her products and the rest is history. Over the past 27 years, Carol's Daughter has become a mega-popular haircare and beauty brand with celebrity fans including Jada Pinkett-Smith, Erykah Badu, and Halle Berry. Carol's Daughter joined L’Oréal in 2014, which propelled the growth of the brand even further and made the products available in major retailers like Target. In this episode, Lisa and I have a one-on-one chat about the early beginnings of Carol’s Daughter, being acquired by L’Oréal, her advice for other beauty founders, and so much more.Stay connected with Lisa Price: @iamlisapriceSubscribe to The Hue Report on Apple Podcasts + Spotify Join The Hue Report community on Instagram: @thehuereportFollow The Hue Report on Twitter: @thehuereportStay in touch with me on Instagram: @oliviahancock_
Finding Strength, Peace, and Purpose After Loss w/ Grief Wellness Mentor Lisa Price
The Energy Within
Start your mornings off right with my Abundance Meditation! Follow me on Instagram! Grief is real, it's tough, and it can stop you in your tracks. Today, Lisa Price joins us to share the story of her daughter Ari, who had Trisomy 13, survived labor and delivery, and lived just over 9 hours...and changed Lisa's life forever. Lisa has taken her story and used it to become a Grief Wellness Mentor, a leader and a light for other bereaved parents. Listen in as she shares Ari's message: be who you were truly meant to be! Visit the GrieveBreatheBelieve website! Join the 4:13 Move:ment Method! Follow Lisa Price on Instagram! Join the free GrieveBreatheBelieve Facebook group! Follow me on Facebook! Join the Rockstar Confidence Facebook group! Visit my blog! Support Operation Underground Railroad and stop child sex trafficking! Listen to Tim Ballard, founder of OUR, on the Jordan Harbinger Show! Stay organized and reach your goals with a PUSH Journal! Use the code KERRI10
152: Lisa Price - Choosing To Be Better Not Bitter
Here To Be
Lisa Price is a grief and wellness mentor for bereaved parents, founder of Grieve. Breathe. Believe., and the creator of the 4:13 MOVE:ment Method. But most importantly, and her inspiration, her “why” for all of this, she is the mother of Chase, her 7-year-old son, and Ari Harper - her daughter who passed away on April 13, 2017.This pain that comes with losing a child is devastating. Yet Lisa sees it as a gift, a connection. Grief exists because love first did. And it is through her experience of navigating what she considers her life's greatest challenge that her heart is continually called to help other bereaved parents who are walking a similar journey. To find hope, healing, and happiness.Lisa offers compassion, empathy, and relatability in a safe, yet productive space. Sharing strategies, ideas, and resources she guides bereaved parents to honor their child’s life by honoring theirs – mind, body, and spirit. She is honored to be welcomed into this sacred space, and considers it a gift to share her daughter through her work. Her mission is to help bereaved parents rediscover and reconstruct themselves, transforming their pain into their purpose, finding forward movement on their grief journey.www.grievebreathebelieve.comFB Page: https://www.facebook.com/grievebreathebelieve/Private FB GroupInstagram: GrievebreathbelieveMeghan is a body empowerment coach who helps women master their mindset to transform their bodies inside & out.She is the founder of Fit & Fierce and the host of the Fit & Fierce Podcast. Her passion is showing women how to finally make peace with food & their body and live their best fucking life!Connect with Fit & Fierce:If you enjoyed the podcast, please share it.Subscribe, rate, and review the show on ITunes. Your rating and review help more people discover it.Work with MeghanTag me on Instagram @fittandfierce and let me know your favorite takeaways--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/heretobe/message