Who is Lynette Nusbacher?
Dr Lynette Nusbacher is a widely celebrated and educated American historian and military expert. Despite being a renowned historian, Dr Nusbacher became a hot topic for the media after becoming a transgender woman.
Known for her talks on military evolution and its interventions in different parts of the world, Dr Lynette Nusbacher has appeared on multiple TV shows as a guest and produced many documentations on the topic.
Dr Nusbacher has also written several books on military affairs.
Full data profile of Lynette Nusbacher
|Full name||Lynette Nusbacher|
|Other names||Aryeh Judah Schoen Nusbacher (as a man)|
|Year of transitioning||2007|
|Age||54 years old|
|Date of Birth||December 17, 1966|
|State of Origin||New York City|
|Parents||Kelly Maines, Wayne Maines|
|Career||Historian and military affairs expert|
Lynette Nusbacher childhood
Dr Lynette Nusbacher was born in New York City on December 17, 1966 to a Jewish family. As seen in her name, she is of German decent and she speaks fluent English, French, German and Hebrew.
Not much is known about her biological parents but it is known that she has a brother who likes to live a private life, away from media attention. Dr Lynette Nusbacher currently resides in Guildford, Surrey, England.
Dr Lynette Nusbacher’s education
Dr Nusbacher attended the University of Toronto in Canada where she graduated with BA (Honors) in History and Economics in 1988.
She attended the Royal Military College of Canada between 1994 and 1996 to obtain a Masters degree in War Studies. She later proceeded to the University of Oxford, England, where she obtained a Ph.D in Modern British History in 2001.
Dr Lynette Nusbacher also attended short programs on Organizational Leadership at the Cranefield School of Management and the National School of Government.
Transitioning to a transgender woman
Dr Lynette Nusbacher was born a man named Aryeh Judah Schoen Nusbacher before transitioning into a woman in 2007. She changed her name to Lynette Nusbacher after becoming a transgender woman.
Lynette Nusbacher’s career
Lynette Nusbacher’s first job was an administrative role at the University of Toronto in 1988 – a position she held until 1994 before joining the Canadian Armed Forces as a Logistics Officer.
Dr Nusbacher was a guest lecturer at the University of Reading, England, between 2006 and 2012. She became a high-ranking lecturer on War Strategy at the Royal Military Academy (Sandhurst) between 1999 and 2013. She also served as a reserve officer for the British Army.
Dr Lynette Nusbacher has appeared on several episodes of the BBC technology show, Time Commanders as an expert in military history.
She has also been on other shows/series such as Weaponology (2007), Battlefield Detectives (2004-2005), and Mysteries of the Abandoned (2019). In 2006, Dr Nusbacher became an LMC consultant in the subject of war studies. And in 2007, she became the Senior Intelligence Advisor in UK’s cabinet office. She became the Cabinet Office’s Head of Strategic Horizons Unit in 2008.
In 2011, Dr Lynette Nusbacher opened her own consultancy firm called Nusbacher & Associates. Lynette Nusbacher’s company explores strategic vision and thinking, helping companies prepare better for the unknown.
Lynette Nusbacher’s marriage and husband
Dr Lynette Nusbacher was married to Melanie Bright, a marketing and communications professional. They met in 1997 and got married in 1998. They were together for about nine years and have two children together. They were perceived to be separated following Lynette Nusbacher’s gender reassignment surgery in 2007.
They later got divorced officially in 2010.
Dr Lynette Nusbacher and her ex-wife, Melanie Bright have two daughters together. Not much is known about the girls except that they are doing well in their respective careers.
Lynette Nusbacher’s net worth
Lynette Nusbacher has an estimated net worth of around $1.3 million.
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Lynette Nusbacher Wikipedia
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