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Yvette Kendall, who is originally from Chicago, has 2 children and a product of the Chicago Public School system. She grew up in a small popular area of Chicago called “Hyde Park” that is home to some of the world most well-known and world changing people like President Obama and Mrs. Obama. Ms. Kendall actually learned about barbering and grew a love for hair care in the same barbershop as President Obama; during that time he would come in to get his hair trimmed while he was initially getting into politics.
Yvette Kendall develops Intellectual Property and Creates Products for the market and private individuals globally. Ms. Kendall was the first to invent and put efforts in to developing what the world knows now as “E-Book Readers” in July of 1998. The “Bookman” was ill-received by an Invention Help Service and after attempting a patent for the device, she secured a 2-year disclosure with an Inventor’s Help Center, unfortunately due to the lack of assistance and funds forced her to put it on the back-burner and she was not able to bring the “Bookman” from idea concept to physical product.
 

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