Russell was born in Nashville, Tennessee, Unites States of America, on April 26, 1948, to a family of 13. He had two sisters and eight brothers, and their parents were Charles Albert Russell and Mary Louise Russell.
Jesse Eugene Russell created the concept for the wireless digital phone and communication, while he was working as an engineer at AT&T-Bell Laboratories in 1988.
I’ll never forget the first day on the job, I called a meeting with all of the managers… they were all white, I was the only black hiring. And I was saying, ‘Well, what’s the problem?
After Russell invented the wireless mobile device, he went ahead to invent other groundbreaking innovations in the field of wireless communication systems.
We are at a place in history where the hidden excellence of the Black race is being dug up and exposed to the whole world.