Dr Lynette Nusbacher
Dr Lynette Nusbacher

About Lynette Nusbacher, Aryeh Nusbacher:

Known AsLynette Nusbacher, Aryeh Nusbacher, Aryeh Judah Schoen Nusbacher
Age53 Years
BirthDecember 17, 1966 New York City
GenderTransgender, Female
SpouseMelanie Bright, (1998-2010) Divorced in 2010
AddressSurrey, England, United Kingdom
AlumniUniversity of Toronto, Royal Military College of Canada, University of Oxford, National School of Government, Cranfield University
EthnicityWhite, Caucasian
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 featured in documentaries. She is popular for changing gender from male to female. She was born on 17th December 1966 as Aryeh Nusbacher. In 2007 she underwent surgery and become Lynette Nusbacher.

Lynette Nusbacher is famous for her appearance in documentaries of the History channel. Where she explains military weaponry, gov secret security agencies theories, and strategies.

Who is Lynette Nusbacher married to and kids?

Lynette is been married to Melanie Bright since 1998 before she changed gender. The couple is happily married and together. Both have two kids together of which further details are unknown.

Melanie is a very supportive partner and protects Lynette whenever and wherever it’s needed. She never gives news bites or headlines which might create controversies.

Lynette Nusbacher’s educational background

Lynette graduated from the University of Toronto in B.A. Hons and in History and Economics between 1984-1988.

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

Dr Lynette Nusbacher
Dr Lynette Nusbacher

After her MA she completed DPhil History from the University of Oxford.
In 2009 she enrolled for a Leadership program at the National School of Government.

In 2010 she completed her Defense Strategic Leadership Program from Cranfield University.

Lynette Nusbacher’s career journey

Lynette started her career at the University of Toronto in 1988 as an administrator. She worked there till 1994 for 6 years.

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

In 2006 she joined the LMC consultant as a principal and senior consultant. Here she contributed to war studies and 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. In 2008 she was promoted as Head of the Strategic Horizons Unit.

She was visiting lecturer at the University of Reading from 2006 until 2012.
Lynette has taught Prince William and Prince Harry at the Sandhurst.

Rumors are that she mad the gender change decision during this time.

Currently, she is the owner of Nusbacher Associates which is a management consultant company. She 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. The book is based on the Scottish war which was fought in 1314. It includes 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. Since then has been known as Lynette Nusbacher.

Lynette Nusbacher

Fortunately, Aryeh’s journey from Man to Women was not that hard as his wife Melanie Bright was supportive. Both have been together since the beginning.

The couple has two children and is happily living together with their kids in Surrey, England, United Kingdom.

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

Lynette Nusbacher and her wife Melanie Bright Divorced in 2010

Lynette Nusbacher and her wife Melanie Bright divorced in 2010. The update came to light when one of her viewers on Facebook wished if they could see Lynette and Melanie at a dinner, “I can’t wait to see what they discover this time! Open invite to Dr. Lynette and her wife for dinner!”. To which she replied, “I’ve been divorced ten years now, but the good will is appreciated!”.

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    • I agree he is a nice & knowledgeable guy who identifies as a female who will biologically remain a man even after having parted with his meat & two veg, though its harder to part with a laryngeal prominence (Adams apple) – Anyhow to paraphrase Monty Python ‘let us not argue about who gooses who or identifies as what’

  1. There are so many more important issues in the world to worry about then Lynette’s choices in her life. She has changed her life with unchanging, undying love for her family. What strength and courage she has to live true to herself in front of the world. I only see jealousy in these rude comments. Not for her sex change. The fact that she has lived her life open but private. Being true to her ownself. She’s not flaunting who and what she is. She’s just being a real, honest human being who shares knowledge with people and doesn’t judge others by sight as far too many are doing to her. So many cannot say that today. She is very intelligent. She shares her knowledge. The British government definitely doesn’t care which sex she chooses to define herself by. They aren’t blinded by it. They see her for the smart person she is and the value of her knowledge and experience. Life is too short to get stuck on who’s what is where. Being hateful towards someone who is living their life happily and not hurting anyone along the way is ludicrous. I do not know her but I would love to talk to her. I love history and she knows alot about it. It’s sad that in this pandemic, global warming world people keep judging others but not looking at their own lives. The world would be much happier if everyone kept their noses on their own wheel.

  2. You ever given a thought that a child has no comprehension why a man is dressed up as a woman the confusion factor is beyond anybody’s comprehension do you have any respect for the well-being of children why my son asked me dad why is that man dressed as a woman I have no answer he says why does it man that looks like a woman talk like a woman I have no explanation
    Oh I can say is that person is really screwed up in their head and has no clue and they need medical help and God help him

  3. I found this difficult, but not entirely impossible to jerk off to It’s photo. If you squint hard enough and think about the life being squeezed from It’s body as its lungs fill with poisonous gas and the rodent becomes extinct, it makes the resulting orgasm bearable. I give it a 14/88 stars!

  4. I couldn’t care less about what a person does with their body, but what I do have an issue with is these “experts”. There is no freaking way that they actually know all of these places are and what they were used for. It’s obvious they are reading scripts which makes it not very authentic. I just find that part irritating. The places they find are cool, but get rid of the “experts”.

  5. I LOVE Lynette Nusbacher! She is the absolute best commentator on the Science Channel documentaries. She makes them interesting with her breadth of knowledge and it truly helps how well she annunciates. I could care less if she is transgender. I think she is lovely and I truly appreciate her.

  6. Why do people have to be so ignorant and hateful? When a child asks a question like “Why is that man dressed as a woman?” It really isn’t that hard to think of a response. All you have to say is “because that’s just who that person is. Everyone is different and that’s okay.” I cannot believe how disgustingly hateful and horrible some people are in this world.

  7. Personally, the very first time I ever heard her voice, it was like nails on a chalkboard. I absolutely can’t stand to hear her talk! Without knowing anything at all about her, I already assumed she was biologically a male. He is not really fooling anybody, Lol


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