The Greatest Female Inventor in the World Today?
Many times you will hear the phrase that we all have “one book or invention within us,” but some humans are destined to go far beyond these mortal benchmarks.
Consider for a moment the achievements of Lisa Seacat Deluca who has filed an astounding 420 patents for an array of products that span laundry, phone light boards and a bunch of others that make her, a mobile software engineer, the most prolific inventor in IBM’s history. Watch this video below to go inside Lisa’s mind and find out what inspires and motivates this gifted IBM employee to redefine the world around her with such amazing ideas. Thus far she has successfully been awarded 225 patents with more on the way. #momtech #mompreneur

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