Lynette Nusbacher is the name of an American Military Historian expert, who is famous for her gender transformation from male to female. Since 1990, Lynette is in the media associated with the army. She is a Jew and tries to keep the history of the Jews alive.
Lynette was born on 17 December 1966 in New York with name birth name Aryeh Judah Schoen Nusbacher. She did graduation in History and Economics from the University of Toronto. Later she attended the Royal Military College of Canada and completed her graduation with Masters of Arts degree in War Studies. After that, she attended the University of Oxford for achieved her Doctorate in Philosophy in British modern history. She also attended the National School of Government and the Cranfield University School of Management and studied organizational leadership.
In 1988, she started her career as an administrator at the University of Toronto. Later she moved to Candian Armed Forces and started working as a logistics officer. Moreover, she also worked at the cabinet office in London, UK as the head of the strategy horizons unit before becoming a lecturer at the University of Reading in Berkshire, United Kingdom. In 1999, she joined as a senior lecturer of war strategies at The Royal Military Academy.
Furthermore, she is an author, who has written War and Conflict in 2003 and The Battle of Bannockburn 1314. She has also written articles for The Times of Israel.
This 52 Years (Age) old author is married to Melanie Bright in 1998. The couple also has two children. Presently they live in Guildford, Surrey, England.
- Lynette was born on 17 December 1966 in New York with name birth name Aryeh Judah Schoen Nusbacher.
- She is famous for her who is famous for her gender transformation from male to female.
- As an author, she has written War and Conflict in 2003 and The Battle of Bannockburn 1314.
- She attended the University of Oxford for achieved her Doctorate in Philosophy in British modern history.
- In 1998, she is married to Melanie Bright. And they also have two daughters.