“She’s The Boss” Episode 10 – Lisa Price, Founder and President of Carol’s Daughter

October 20, 2011  |  

About This Episode

Meet Lisa Price, entrepreneur and successful businesswoman. Price serves as Founder and President of Carol’s Daughter, a natural beauty and hair care company she started over ten years ago. Her creative vision, direction and untiring commitment to producing quality products has allowed her to turn her once small home-based business into a multi-million dollar a year company.

With innovative ideas in beauty and hair care, her company has seen great success through initiatives such as a partnership deal with Sephora, and high-profile celebrity endorsements and campaigns featuring Mary J. Blige, Jade Pinkett Smith and Cassie to name a few. A trailblazer who’s revolutionized the beauty industry, Price tells us how she continues to expand the brand of Carol’s Daughter. Find out why she’s the boss.

This episode was produced in partnership with Transcendent Enterprise, an NYC corporate video production company.

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  • Love Lisa, She is such an inspiration to all Women Entrepreneurs!!!!!

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  • AnyaM

    A great series well done, M.Noire; this weeks was another good episode.

  • Chantell

    I am sorry, but on the interviewer's part there could of been more in depth questions asked, such as how did she strategize and and monopolize her business. What challenges did she face when monopolozing her business, etc. Instead she starts off with what shoes are you wearing?

    • Nunya

      Chantell, Lisa wrote a book, her information is online. The interviewer went a different route and was still successful. How about finding the good rather than nitpick the bad? Just an idea.

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  • LOVE her story. So inspiring.

  • Jazz

    I love the fact that even though her company is now a multi million dollar company, she still seems very humble and is seen working in her store, staying connected with her employees and customers. I As an aspiring fashion and beauty entrepreneur myself, I would kill just to have her as a mentor and to gain knowledge. I feel bad because I have yet to try her products, but I will definitely be trying something soon!

    • Open Heart

      So true Jazz! She seems so familiar – "friend in my head"! This has to be my favorite interview subject yet.

      • Lisa honestly is one of the best people I've ever met. Real down to earth and when you see and speak to her it feels like she's still taking it all in. Like she's still surprised even though the flagship has been open since 2005. Love her spirit.