Dr. Lynette Nusbacher is a one-of-a-kind historian. Moreover, with her vast knowledge of history, she became a respectable person in the academic world. However, such an intelligent person is also famous in the LGBTQ world.
Many are interested in her works and her life too. So, why not check her Wikipedia-type bio here and know the latest updates on Lynette’s career, wife, and family. Also, details about her son and spouse, Melanie Bright are revealed right here.
Lynette Nusbacher Wikipedia
I. Early Life
Before becoming female, Lynette Nusbacher was a male. Moreover, she was born Aryeh Judah Schoen Nusbacher in New York City.
On the 17th of December, 1966, Aryeh was born to parents Kelly and Wayne Maines. Aryeh spent the rest of his childhood in New York. Additionally, he has a brother, Jonas Maines.
Aside from their names, we cannot find details of his family. It seems they prefer to keep their lives private. In addition, you’ve probably noticed that Lynette has a different last name from her family. Unfortunately, she has never revealed the reason for her name.
Lynette Nusbacher moved to Canada and attended the University of Toronto. Moreover, she was majoring in History and Economics. Afterward, she graduated with a degree in the arts. Furthermore, she was asked to join the University as a teacher.
However, around 1994, Lynette continued her studies in ‘War’ for her master’s degree. Therefore attending the Royal Military College of Canada.
A couple of years later, Lynette went to the University of Oxford and took a Ph.D. program in Modern History. After getting her Ph.D., she then pursued further education.
Around 2009, she went to the United Kingdom and attended the British National School of Government. She was studying a Leadership course in that school. In addition, she took up another Leadership program at Cranfield University.
From 1988 to 1994, she worked as a director for the University of Toronto. The job allowed her to develop her love for history and research.
From 1992 to 2000, Lynette was part of the Canadian Armed Forces as a Management Officer.
BBC invited Lynette as a History expert for their show ‘Time Commanders‘ around 2003.
In addition, in 2006, she was a teacher at the Royal Military College. The United Kingdom then invited her as a Senior Military Adviser in 2007. Thus, she was handling the development for national-level security.
She became the principal adviser for LMC from 2006 to 2017. In addition, it was around this time that Lynette transformed from male to female.
Aside from being an adviser and a teacher, Lynette is also an author. She wrote books that shaped the public’s opinions on various topics. Some of the books she wrote are ‘War of Conflict’ and ‘Battle of Bannockburn 1314.’
The military historian also founded the Nusbacher Associates. The company talks about modern issues. Although it seems she has worked a lot, her income is far from the luxurious life we think she has. Accordingly, she has around $1.3 million net worth.
Unfortunately, she doesn’t have a Wikipedia official page.
Lynette Nusbacher Spouse Melanie Bright
When she was still male, Lynette fell in love with Melanie Bright. Details of Lynette’s partner’s family haven’t been revealed to the public.
Melanie was born in Canada in 1967. She took Political Science at Queens University and War Studies at Royal Military College. Furthermore, she is currently a Director of Marketing and Communications.
The two’s first meeting was in the Military school. They were married a few years later, on the 7th of June, 1998. However, after 12 years of marriage, they separated.
However, Melanie was there for Lynette during her transformation. In addition, the couple had kids when they were still together.
Lynette Nusbacher’s Son and Daughter
Unfortunately, Lynette has no son. However, the history expert has two daughters, Mathilde and Abigail (Abby). Moreover, she is protective over them and keeps their life private. However, she had shared some details about them on her LiveJournal.
Therefore, we found out that she has raised them in Jewish tradition. Moreover, Abby is the daughter who follows the family tradition the most. There is no information on her kids other than what was in her journal.
|Real Name||Aryeh Judah Schoen Nusbacher|
|Birthdate||December 17, 1966|
|Age (2022)||54 years old|
|Birthplace||New York City, New York, United States|
|Spouse||Melanie Bright (m. 1998-2010)|
|Children||2 (Abby and Mathilde)|
|Profession||Military Historian, Author|
|Net Worth||$1.3 Million|