Patricia Nolan-Brown, inventor of the original rear-facing car seat mirror, is often called a real-life "Mother of Invention." She holds multiple patents and registered trademarks, and has sold tens of millions of products. Her inventions and their backstories have been featured in national newscasts and magazines. She also has a thriving career as a motivational speaker, for groups from Fortune 500 CEOs to grade-school science-fair hopefuls, and a popular video blog. She lives just north of Boston with her husband, three daughters, and her westie, Coconut.
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