Lynette Nusbacher, the full name is Aryeh Judah Schoen Nusbacher. She is an American military expert, author, and historian. She is a transgender and had shifted her body from man to woman and motivated people to be proud of their identity. In reality, people have seen her as Dr. Aryeh Nusbacher on History Channel.
Lynette was born on 17 December 1966 in New York, USA. Her zodiac sign is Sagittarius. Actually, she transfers the gender of male to Female. Her father’s name is Wayne Maines and mother name is Kelly Maines.
She belongs to a Christian family. Similarly, she belongs to a white ethnic background and holds American citizenship.
Besides, Lynette has completed BA(Economics and History) from the University of Toronto in 1988 and her master’s degree in War Studies from Royal Military College in 1994. There she gained full knowledge of intelligence and management.
Lynette has achieved DPhil in Modern History from the University of Oxford. Nusbacher has also attended the National School of Government and the Cranfield University-Cranfield School of Management for brief programs in Organizational Leadership.
Who is Lynette Nusbacher’s Wife? Is She Married?
Most of Lynette fans are interested to know about her partner, or if she is married? Well, She is a married woman. Nusbacher tied the knot with her partner Melanie Bright on June 7th, 1998. However, Nusbacher has not exposed how she met her partner for the first time. The couple exchanged their vows in a private marriage ceremony in the presence of closed ones. Hence, Lynette has not revealed her actual wedding venue.
Well, the duo is also blessed with two children. However, she has not disclosed any information about her kids. Well, its already been around two decades of their marriage, and still, the couple has not disclosed any disputes in the media which could lead them to their separation or divorce.
Besides, Nusbacher has not disclosed any details about her past affairs and relationships with any other guy. She lives a blissful life along with her partner and children in Guildford Surrey in England.
Net Worth of Lynette Nusbacher
Lynette Nusbacher has a net worth of around $1.25 million USD and her major sources of earning are from the teaching profession and from her blogs.
Lynette Nusbacher’s Body Measurement
Lynette Nusbacher has a height of 5 ft 6 inches tall with bodyweight 60 kg. Her waist, breast, and hip sizes are 28-34-35 inches respectively with shoe size are 6(US), bra size is 33B.
She has dark brown eyes and black hair. In fact, born as male and then turned gender to female in 2007. She converted herself from Aryeh to Lynette.
Career and Books
Lynette served as an administrator at the University of Toronto from 1988-1994 and joined Logistics Officer at the Canadian Armed Forces until 2000. Nusbacher worked as a senior lecturer at The Royal Military Academy from 1999 to 2013 and also worked as a visiting lecturer at the University of Reading from 2006-2012.
From 2003-2005, Lynette has appeared on TV’s Time Commanders as a military history expert in all of the series episode. She became popular after she created a blog called ‘Nusbacher Associates’ in 2011. In which she supervises people to explore cyber tech and new opportunities in technology
Nusbacher leads the Devil’s Advocacy which focuses on the study of alternative strategies, soldier equipment, war strategies and many more. Lynette published a book ‘1314: Bannockburn, The Battle Of Bannockburn’ where the details of the Scottish war were explained and ‘War and Conflict’ in 2002 in which real-life case studies were discussed.
Lynette also published online news via The Times of Israel. Her blog section includes articles on Acts of War, UNRWA, the Aleppo refugees and many more topics.
Facts of Lynette Nusbacher
|Full Name||Lynette Nusbacher|
|Net Worth||$1.25 million|
|Date Of Birth||17 December 1966|
|Age||53 years 6 months|
|Place Of Birth||New York, USA|
|Height||5 ft 6 inches|
|Profession||American military expert, author, and historian.|
|Education||University of Toronto, Royal Military College,University of Oxford|
|Parents||Wayne Maines, Kelly Maines|