|About Lynette Nusbacher|
|Birth||December 17, 1966 New York City|
|Job||American Military Historian|
|Alumni||Royal Military College of Canada|
Lynette Nusbacher is an American historian and military expert. While the LGBTQ community prepares for Transgender Day of Remembrance (TDoR) on November 20, we will highlight an inspirational person from the proud community right here.
Lynette Nusbacher has been in the eyes of the media since the late ‘90s for her association with all things military and her specialization as a strategist. The historian has researched and worked with wars, armies, as well as theories and strategies for over two decades now. Here’s everything you need to know from Dr. Lynette Nusbacher’s wiki.
Who Is Lynette Nusbacher?
Born Aryeh Judah Schoen Nusbacher on December 17, 1966, in New York City, Lynette Nusbacher underwent gender reassignment surgery in 2007. She is highly qualified in war studies and strategy research.
Nusbacher went to the University of Toronto and graduated in 1988 with a B.A. (Hons) in history and economics. She then went to the Royal Military College of Canada in 1994 and graduated with a Master of Arts in War Studies.
While there, Nusbacher gained in-depth knowledge of intelligence, management, failures, processes, and mechanized warfare of the army. It was soon after that she pursued her Doctorate of Philosophy in modern British history at the University of Oxford.
Dr. Nusbacher was a senior lecturer of war strategies at The Royal Military Academy in Sandhurst from 1999 to 2013. She worked at the Cabinet Office in London, England, as the strategic horizons unit head, before lecturing at the University of Reading in Berkshire, U.K.
Nusbacher appeared on Time Commanders as a military history expert from 2003 to 2005. After getting more recognition, she started a blog, Nusbacher Associates, in 2011. With it, she guides people to explore new opportunities in technology and cyber tech for a successful future.
Lynette Nusbacher’s Transition
Lynnette Nusbacher has been married to Melanie Bright since 1998, and the couple is reportedly still together. They have two children and live near Guildford, Surrey, in England.
I'm talking about Israel and the Gulf monarchies in Southwest London, Sunday evening. You find out the venue when you book because security. pic.twitter.com/YK7LirjHyQ
— Lynette Nusbacher (@Nusbacher) June 29, 2017
Between 2011 and 2013, Lynette Nusbacher was ranked 53, 68, and 77 on the Pink List, which ranks most influential members of the LGBTQ community. Britain’s The Independent on Sunday publishes the list annually since 2000.
Lynnette Nusbacher is an avid supporter of the Jewish community and writes blogs for the online newspaper, The Times of Israel. The historian started Nusbacher Associates (a consulting firm) in 2011, which specializes in devil’s advocacy, horizon scanning, cyberwar, and alternative strategies.
My reflection on ‘How Can Life Go On’ at the Surrey Holocaust Memorial Day observance quoted Nahum Yanchiker pic.twitter.com/bl8Own4ncw
— Lynette Nusbacher (@Nusbacher) January 26, 2017