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Kenyatta Scott, the Founder & CEO of Let's Talk Incorporated,

 is a self-motivated entrepreneur. She holds a Masters Degree from Adler School of Professional Psychology in Industrial-Organizational Psychology (2012) and attended College of DuPage for her Speech Language Pathology Assistant degree (2010). She attended Yale University (2003) for Child Development and Early Childhood Education. After working as an SPLA for six years in underserved communities, Kenyatta decided to expand upon her knowledge, education, and service towards the community. This is what prompted her to open Let’s Talk Incorporated (2016).

Let’s Talk Incorporated is the vehicle where Kenyatta Scott operates as a Speech Therapy Consultant, servicing all ages and levels of speech therapy development in the greater Chicagoland area. She is currently creating an academic institution for early childhood education in addition to school curriculums.


Kenyatta Scott is a diverse Motivational Speaker. She was the Keynote Speaker for Chicago State University (2018). She has spoken for several Organizations, Academic Institutions, and Nonprofits, such as The S Word Project, Haven Studios, The Women’s Board of the Chicago Urban League, Santa Lucia School, Gary Comer Youth Center, After School Matters, The University of Illinois of Chicago, The Gent Enterprises LLC, Rodney D. Joslin Campus, and I Am A Gentleman.Org.  She is booked for her first international Keynote Speaking engagement in Accra, Ghanna (September 2019).

Kenyatta Scott is a Children’s Book Author. She started her series, The Violet Book Series (2016), with her first book, “Violet Finds A Dollar,” which debuted October 2017. This is a morally based Children’s Book Series that follows the life and adventures of the main character,Violet and her little brother, Derek.  Kenyatta is also co-author on a book that is geared towards teens and young adults, “It’s Just High School” (Jan 2018).

In November 2017, Kenyatta received the 40 Under 40 Young Women’s Professional League award, which honors emerging leaders in Chicago. In 2018, Kenyatta became a community partner with the University of Illinois at Chicago. She also created and facilitated a literacy program at Jones College Preparatory High School.

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