Dr. Lynette Nusbacher (Aryeh Nusbacher) Wiki: From Man to Women

About Lynette Nusbacher, Aryeh Nusbacher:

Known AsLynette Nusbacher, Aryeh Nusbacher, Aryeh Judah Schoen Nusbacher
Age52 Years
BirthDecember 17, 1966 New York City
GenderTransgender, Female
SpouseMelanie Bright, 1998-Present
AddressSurrey, England, United Kingdom
NationalityAmerican
AlumniUniversity of Toronto, Royal Military College of Canada, University of Oxford, National School of Government, Cranfield University
EthnicityWhite, Caucasian
ReligionJews
Height5′ 6″ or 1.67 m
Weight60 kg or 133 lbs
Body Measurement34-28-35 Inches

Why Aryeh Nusbacher/Lynette Nusbacher is famous?

Aryeh Nusbacher a famous military historian and popular for changing gender from male to female. Born on 17th December 1966 as Aryeah Nusbacher changed her gender and become Lynette Nusbacher in 2007.

Lynette nusbacher famous for her appearance in documentaries of History channel about Military weaponry. In media since late 1990’s. Research on war, gov secret security agencies theories and strategies.

Who is Lynette Nusbacher married to and kids?

Lynette has been married to Melanie Bright since 1998 even before she changed gender and still are happy together. Both has two kids of which further details are unknown.

Melanie is very support partner and protects Lynette whenever and wherever its needed, she never gives news bites it headlines which might create controversies.

Lynette Nusbacher’s educational background

Lunette graduated from University of Toronto in B.A. Hons, History and Economics from 1984-1988.

Then in 1994 Nusbacher started with her MA in War Studies and completed that in 1996, here she studied development of mechanized warfare doctrine, processes of armies, intelligence management and intelligence failure.

Dr Lynette Nusbacher
Dr Lynette Nusbacher

After her MA she completed Dphil History from University of Oxford where she studied Modern British History.

In 2009 she enrolled for Leadership program at Narional School of Government and in 2010 she completed her Defense Strategic Leadership Program from Cranfield University.

Lynette Nusbacher’s career journey

Lynette started her career by working as an administrator at University of Toronto in 1988 until 1994 for 6 years.

She joined Canadian Armed Forces as Logistics Officer in 1992 there she worked for 7 years until 2000 where she led financial planning and audit for an infantry battalion and served as a division staff officer.

In 2006 she joined LMC consultant as a principal and senior consultant in war studies and specialized in operational research until 2017.

In 2007 she joined UK’s cabinet office as Senior Intelligence Advisor and Devil’s Advocate where she ensured a clean system for national level security assessment and in 2008 she was promoted as Head of the Strategic Horizons Unit.

She was visiting lecturer at University of Reading from 2006 until 2012.

Lynette has taught Prince William and Prince Harry at the Sandhurst. Rumors are that she mad the gander change decision during this time.

Currently she is owner of Nusbacher Associates which is a management consultant company and writes for Times of Israel and Huffington Post.

Lynette Nusbacher has appeared on BBC TV show Time Commanders as a military history expert in all episodes from 2003 – 2005. She has also appeared in various History channel documentaries.

Aryeh Nusbacher wrote a book in 2002 titled The Battle of Bannockburn 1314 it is mainly based on Scottish war which was fought in 1314 with details of weapons, military campaigns and politics involved during the wars time.

Lynette Nusbacher’s gender reassignment surgery in 2007 from man to women

Aryeh Nusbacher changed his gender from male to female in 2007 and since then has been known as Lynette Nusbacher.


Lynette Nusbacher

Fortunately Aryeh journey from Man to Women was not that hard as his wife Melanie Bright was very supportive of him since the beginning and they both are still together.

Both the couples have two children and are happily living together with their kids in Surrey, England, United Kingdom.

She has been ranked in top 100 in Pink Lists from 2011 – 2013. 53rd rank in 2011, 68th rank in 2012 and 77th rank in 2013.

32 Comments
  1. Sharon Forsman says

    I just saw a documentary on WWII and saw Dr. Lynette Nusbacher for the first time. I just want to say she is not only brilliant but also a beautiful woman.

    1. D.Cramer says

      I do not agree

    2. Cory peterson says

      Are you kidding???

  2. Marcie says

    Very intelligent person .need to fix the nose .

  3. Armando Cardona says

    Dr. Nusbacher is a top notch military historian, a brave soul and a great human being no matter how you slice it and is worthy of respect, support and admiration for a brilliant academic career, PERIOD. I’m impressed and inspired not only by the depth of her knowledge and the ease with which she translates dry historical data into vibrant, understandable, LIVING information, but also by her sincerity and courage. Thank God for her intellect, sincerity and courage.

    1. Linda Foster says

      Yes, I agree entirely, Dr, Nusbacher is brilliant, I am a history major and earned my education degree many years ago, I taught with the same fervor as Dr, Nusbacher explains history, she is amazing, intelligent, informative, and courageous, glad to see her continue to give history a shot in the arm

  4. Charles says

    I believe freak would be more the word to describe the tyranny historian

  5. Yvette says

    Dr.Lynette, I to am a Historical sponge. I love you and your beautiful mind, it’s all good! Can’t get enough of your knowledge!

    1. james bonar says

      Perhaps so, Yvette, but grammar/syntax is NOT your forte. See if this looks familiar: “Dr. Lynette, I too am an historical sponge.”

  6. Joe says

    Disgusting! I change the channel every time this thing comes on.

  7. Eric D. HuntsbergerHuntsberger says

    Was confused at first, seen Aryeh commentate on several WW2 shows. Then Lynnette on several shows. Thought they were twin, brother n sister. So had to look it up. Regardless,very knowledgeable and does great work. Enjoy the shows!

    1. Cory says

      I thought the exact same thing. Can’t say I agree with the transgender thing. But no denying Nusbacher’s knowledge of the subject matter. Both before and after the transformation.

  8. Eric D. Huntsberger says

    Was confused at first, seen Aryeh commentate on several WW2 shows. Then Lynnette on several shows. Thought they were twin, brother n sister. So had to look it up. Regardless,very knowledgeable and does great work. Enjoy the shows!

  9. Joe says

    I heard her voice and was blown away when I looked up and saw a man. It was a 2007 show. I kinda thought she was transgender, but don’t dwell on those things. She is a brilliant woman. Over the past few years she has also become a beautiful woman.
    Good for her and her wife, who must be a very understanding woman.

    1. Cory says

      Not beautiful. And not a “she.” But very knowledgeable on WW2 subject matter . I could grow my hair long, wear women’s clothing and high-heel shoes and change my name. But that would not make me female. Sorry.

    2. Reginald says

      He, not she. There is no such thing as a gender change, just mutilation and confusion. This creature has discredited its past work, with this act of mental illness .

  10. Steven Arnold says

    To each their own. Admire her narratives and expertise related to military history. Very, very knowledgeable.

  11. Richard Land says

    Another sign of our confused times…simeone who wants to be something they are NOT.

    1. Lorena Bell says

      I agree

  12. Shelby says

    She is a brilliant historian and her work stands for itself. No qualifications.

    Dear Richard Land and Joe Says, please go back to under your bridge if your hate gets in the way of perceiving reality. Don’t worry you’ll soon be weeded out by natural selection – PS that is real – fingers crossed.

  13. Chris says

    See Lynette often on tv … Super super smart. Very knowledgeable… Her gender has no reflect in my thoughts!!! Wonderful job telling her knowledge…

  14. Gil says

    Lynette you are one knowledgeable historian. I have the highest respect for your work on Mysteries of the Abandoned. It doesn’t matter to me what, who you were. It only matters to me of that I learn so much from an individual as you. Thank you.

  15. Lizzie says

    Didn’t know she is transgender and don’t care. I love to watch her and listen to her expertise. In fact watching her right now on AHC . BRILLIANT.

  16. Crystal Wentworth says

    Today’s age you’re allowed to be who or what you want I do believe that if you’re born a man you are always a man however I also believe that people feel in their hearts a certain way and if she feels that she is a woman than that is the way that she should live her life as a woman but I do believe in the end she is still a man but to each their own and I hope that she’s happy and she is very very intelligent and very very amazing to watch and listen to.

  17. Crystal Wentworth says

    I could so much held it maybe she was born a man so I just looked it up out of curiosity because I’m curious about those kind of things and it turned out that of course she was transgender and I do believe that if you’re born a man in the end you are a man but I also believe that if you born a man feels like you’re a woman then you should live your life as a woman if that’s how you’re comfortable I believe she’s very intelligent and because of that she should be respected regardless of what she lives her life as a man or a woman is nobody else’s business her in the right for happy they raise their children she’s a productive member of society and rather she feels like she is a woman or man is nobody’s business she doesn’t create a problem for the people as a matter fact she provides a service to this country by being intelligent and spreading her intelligence to the community around her so I think people should mind their business and leave her alone.

  18. Linda Foster says

    I have watched almost all shows that deal with World War II, as i have relatives that are now reaching the end of their lives, from civilians who fought the Nazis and died in the gas chambers to those who served and fought them on the battle fields of Europe and Africa, to hear Dr. Nusbacher explain this period of history gives it life, she makes it real, and yes i say “she”, Lynette has gone through the whole transformation, she is a woman, as i am and was born, she just has been reborn, those who cannot accept this, so be it, your loss, I look at the brilliance and dedication from which she speaks about a horrible time in history and explains it, I do not judge be accept, pease respect and accet, Dr. Nusbacher please continue, you are wonderful, thank you for your knowledge, sharing and courage

  19. Linda says

    You are brilliant, but I don’t care what you think you are, but you are a man. Every time I saw you I said you were a man. Then I looked you up, and I was right. Yuck.

  20. Loree bell says

    Well I would have to believe this would be traumatic to his children? Turning daddy into another mommy!!??? So self centered
    Just accept who you were born to be ! Obviously god wanted him to be born a male! And his DNA will always be male! Just can’t understand why people are so self centered and his wife would support this….?

  21. Robert says

    Was in another room when I heard that voice that I recognized. I came into the room with the TV program on and I saw “Lynette” and knew immediately that she used to be “Aryeh”. Had to look it up to ensure I was correct. Voila!

  22. Puddin says

    You Cannot change your gender! Chromosomes are not malleable and are for life. Sorry for you unbelievers but only GOD would have that power. Can this man have a child in the womb? Make milknto feed a child? Answer: No

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  24. Walter von L says

    I have never heard or read about any person—not one, ever—-who had transgender surgery without enduring years of disapproval, inner conflict and fear. It is not something that they willfully chose to do. Transgender people are born that way. I would not wish that condition on anyone, it is a prescription for a very hard life. A very hard life indeed.

    At least Lynnette has someone who supports and loves her, and I hope their children love their two mothers. The problem with being negative and hostile to people like Lynette is that the attitudes spill over into the personal lives of the judgmental, self righteous hypocrites.

    They tend to treat their own family, children and friends the same way. Who wants to be anywhere near them?

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