Dr. Nicole D. Price Explains the Lively Paradox of Success – Working with Inclusion

It is the intention of Jaws of Justice Radio to investigate how to achieve justice in America.  On November 30th, host David Bell speaks with Dr. Nicole D. Price, CEO of Lively Paradox.   Lively Paradox are the people who help people get along.


Lively Paradox is a professional training and coaching industry located from Kansas City Missouri.  Nicole Price recognized that few people work in homogenous teams and those rarely produce exceptional results.  She created Lively Paradox to help others develop leadership and the ability to work together as better teams embracing each other’s diversity.

They believe, and we agree, that if leadership is anything at all, it IS helping difference get along on teams – whether work, civic or social.

Dr. Nicole D. Price (NDP) is an author and professional speaker whose life has been a roller coaster of diverse experiences. She uses them all to support you as you overcome the unthinkable.


We hope you will listen.

“Justice will not be served until those who are unaffected are as outraged as those who are.”

Calendar for the week of November 30th:

In compliance with the latest version of Mayor Lucas’ emergency order, we must ensure necessary public health measures remain in place.  See the FAQS at  https://www.kcmo.gov/

  • MON, Nov. 30th, 4 PM, Online event. Monday Meets, get to know the Willow Domestic Violence Center. Facebook Live
  • MON Nov 30th at 7 PM through Dec 10 at 10 PM ACLU of Missouri and MO HO Justice Coalition are sponsoring Ten days of Trans Demand on Facebook.  Starting with a public education event ~ Deep Dive into the ACLU REPORT: Sex Workers Speak Out.  Also this week,  WED 12/2 4:00 PM – 5:15 PM the MO Ho Justice Coalition ~ Monthly Public Meeting Access info on Facebook


  • TUES, Dec. 1st, 6:30 PM, MADP – KC Chapter Meeting, Virtual, via Zoom, contact [email protected] for access information.
  • TUES, Dec. 1st, 7 PM Kansas Interfaith Action asks us to join online for a meeting to explore establishing a Johnson County chapter of Kansas Interfaith Action,  a statewide, multifaith, issue-advocacy organization that puts faith into action on a platform of justice issues.


  • WED, Dec. 2nd, 7 PM, SURJ-ED Meeting, an  Online event hosted by  Showing Up for Racial Justice KC.  Tthe SURJ-KC Education Core and their BIPOC (black, Indigenous and people of color) partners sent a letter of 12 demands for equity to KC Metro school districts. They are inviting ALL equity cohorts to gather via Zoom to discuss a rubric that has been developed for accountability to these demands and discuss next steps for equity cohorts in their work to make these demands a reality. Register for this online event by emailing [email protected]


  • THURS, December 3, 2020 10:00 11:30 AM More² MO Clergy Caucus meeting.  More info at More².org.


Please take care of yourselves and others. Thanks to all our listeners, stay close to your dial and stay well! Please listen to Jaws of Justice next week.

Share This Episode