Melanie Bright Dr. Lynette Nusbacher Spouse/Wife

About Melanie Bright

Known AsMelanie Bright
Age52 years
Birth PlaceCanada
GenderFemale, Bisexual
Spouse/WifeDr. Lynette Nusbacher (1998-2010) Divorced in 2010
AddressSurrey, England, United Kingdom
NationalityAmerican
EducationBA Hons in Political Studies, MA in War Studies & Diploma in Public Relations
EthnicityWhite
OccupationMarketing and Communication Director
LanguagesEnglish, French

Melanie Bright is American Marketing and Communication professional.

Melanie is ex-wife/spouse of Lynette Nusbacher. Before divorcing in 2010, she lived with her partner Dr. Lynette Nusbacher and two children in Surrey, England, United Kingdom.

Born and raised in Canada in 1967, after completing her MA in War Studies from Royal Military College of Canada. Later she moved to the UK and married her partner Dr. Aryeh Nusbacher. Melanie and Aryeh/Lynette first met at Royal Military College, and their love story started from there.

Melanie Bright’s Education

  • High School from Branksome Hall School in 1985 – 1989.
  • BA Hons in Political Studies from Queen’s University in 1989 – 1993.
  • MA, War Studies from Royal Military College of Canada/Collège militaire royal du Canada in 1995 – 1997.
  • Diploma in Public Relations from CIPR, Diploma in 2008 – 2008.

Melanie Bright’s Work Experience

  • Researcher for Dr Evan Harris MP in 1998 – Aug 1998.
  • Canadian Government Internship for European Bank for Reconstruction and Development in 1998.
  • Editor, Sentinel Security Risk Assessments at Jane’s by IHS Markit from 1998 to 1999 and then was promoted to Features Editor, Jane’s Defence Weekly from 1999 to 2006.
  • Guildford Borough Council for Borough Councillor from 2007  to 2015.
  • She worked at Mouchel (WSP) between 2006 –  2009 on various positions.
  • Marketing and Communications Director at  Galliford Try Plc from 2015 – 2018
  • She is currently working at Winchester City Council as Head of Communications which shejoined in 2018.

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    • I’m a fiscal conservative and I typically think the Liberal agenda is crazy, but transgender and homosexuality dates back to biblical days. We just have the technology now to alter the physical body to how we see ourselves internally. It’s no different than my breast augmentation… I was not blessed with the breasts I felt fit my body, but medical science allowed a relatively safe procedure to make my vision of my body become reality. I don’t necessarily think their birth certificates should be altered because that should be based on biological gender, which can never be altered.

  1. “Normal” is determined by closed minded people. You do not have to like it or even agree with other people’s choices, it has nothing to do with you. In fact it’s ok to be weird. Throughout history people have revered for their unique differences. No matter what your ideology may be, the idea of tolerance and love should be the driving force. If not your morals are misguided and you should take time to improve yourself.

  2. Know what? It is none of our beeswax how they identify themselves. Both of them are very accomplished individuals in their fields and that is all that matters.
    I love watching the documentary series with Ms. Nusbacher. She is a fountain of knowledge when it comes to Military History, not too many women get that far. Who cares what’s under the clothex, it’s the brains/intelligence that counts!

  3. Say what you may, these personal decisions have repercussions (whether it’s our beeswax or not). I think the brunt of these decisions is borne by the offsprings. It has to have an effect. We’ll never know.

    • For all you know Ms Nubacher and her partner went into deep discussions with their partner before she had the final rendering surgery

  4. Our opinion is of no consequence. Our creator has the final decision. And yes, there are consequences here on earth, especially for children involved in the relationship. Maybe someone should ask them in a few decades.

  5. I am a heterosexual white male and none if this makes any sen ti me but I don’t feel that I am so important that I can tell someone else how to live or how to feel or who to love. It doesn’t have to make sense to me, as long as it makes sence to them. The world is not going to implode just because a dude feels like chick or vise versa. Just let everyone live their lives. People need to not worry so much about what others think and just tell them to go f$#k themselves.

  6. I grew up there’s a boy and girl etc ! However in my career of Law Enforcement I’ve seen it all. But something I’ve learned is some ppl I know that is different than me are the sweetest, smartest ppl I know. I wasn’t brought up to not love everyone. Remember handicap children u saw in
    wheel chairs? U were taught to say hello and be kind. All im trying to say, is Are they bothering you? Is it impacting ur life. That’s what’s wrong with the world. Ppl are so mean. Let the man upstairs handle ut, if u think its wrong. Its not ur job to judge

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