• Aryeh Judah Schoen Nusbacher (Dr. Lynette Nusbacher) was born in 1966 in New York City and is an historian and television personality.
• He has a net worth of over $1.25 million and has gained prominent roles in the education and government sector.
• He has a degree in History and Economics, a master's degree in War Studies, and a PhD in British Modern History.
• He has appeared on television as a military history expert, written various books, and established organizations.
• He underwent gender reassignment surgery in 2007, and is married with two children.
Who is Dr. Lynette Nusbacher?
Aryeh Judah Schoen Nusbacher was born on 17 December 1966, in New York City, USA, and is an historian as well as a television personality, best known for being one of the leading experts on military history, particularly World War II. She also attracted significant controversy when he underwent surgery to transform his gender, becoming female.
The Net Worth of Dr. Lynette Nusbacher
As of early-2020, Dr. Lynette Nusbacher’s net worth is estimated to be over $1.25 million, earned through success in her various endeavors. Aside from her television appearances, she’s also gained prominent roles in the education and government sector for various countries.
At a young age, Lynette developed a strong interest in world history, particularly the large wars that shaped the modern world. After matriculating from high school, he enrolled at the University of Toronto, studying for a degree in History and Economics – he spent a significant part of his youth in Canada, as the family settled there – the university is one of the top in the world in terms of research.
He completed his undergraduate degree with honors, and continued his education, enrolling at the Royal Military College of Canada. The school is known for being one of the degree-granting institutions responsible for training military officers in Canada.
It is closely associated with the Canadian Armed Forces, and due to its history, the campus has a mix of traditional as well as more modern facilities. He completed a master’s degree in War Studies, furthering his expertise in history, learning more about the evolution of warfare, the struggles for intelligence, the failures of various countries, and the processes within the army of various countries.
Further Studies and Career Beginnings
After completing his master’s, Nusbacher further his studies at University of Oxford in the UK, studying for a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), focused on British Modern History, and was awarded his doctorate from one of the most prestigious universities in the world.
Afterward, he continued taking programs to further his knowledge, enrolling at the National School of Government to complete a short course in Organizational Leadership. The school is also located in England, and offers courses for the development of future civil servants in the country.
While completing his education, he took numerous jobs that also helped with building his resume. In the early-1990s, he was a part of the staff of the University of Toronto as an administrator. He took up various courses for the Canadian military when serving as a logistics officer in the Canadian Armed Forces, a position he held for six years.
He then moved to the UK and continued her studies there as he was assigned a position in the country’s Cabinet working as a part of the Strategy Horizons Unit. Following his work there, he was then hired by the University of Reading as a lecturer.
While he was busy with work in the academe and government, ‘Lynette’ frequently returned to his alma mater to work as a teacher. For over a decade, he was a senior lecturer at The Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst, and after ending his long term work with the University of Reading, remained a visiting lecturer, teaching classes in strategy. In 2003, he be gained a bit of attention, frequently appearing on television as a military history expert, including in the show “Time Commanders”.
As his associates grew, he established a few organizations, the first being Nusbacher Associates which explores new options in technology. The organization is more of a think tank and their exploits are often reported through an online blog. He also helped create the group Devil’s Advocacy, which promotes more skeptical views of history.
Aside from his television work, he’s also authored various books, including “1314: Bannock Burn” and “War and Conflict”. The former detailed the historic Scottish battle, giving more details about war during the medieval ages. The latter book discusses various case studies of teenagers, designed as a self-help book.
He’s also written various blog posts and articles for online publications. His most noticed work is possibly as a military expert for the History Channel.
In 2007, Nusbacher went through gender reassignment surgery, changing completely from a man to a woman, including a name change to Lynette. It was also a questionable decision as ‘he’ was married for nearly a decade before deciding to change gender. Despite this unusual and drastic change, she remained at the forefront as an expert in military history.
Despite that, her wife is very supportive of her and refuses to comment to the media about the situation.
The change didn’t affect her work, and a lot of high profile officers, as well as government officials, respected her decision. Some of them even went so far as to impose sanctions on those who would disrespect her for her decision. Due to this change and her influence, she has been named multiple times as one of the most influential figures of the LGBTQ community.
Lynette married Melanie Bright in 1998, and they have two children together. Her wife is known for working as a marketing and communications officer, serving in Winchester City, England.
The two are very private when it comes to their family life, children, and their relationship. Lynette is known to be very passionate about the Jewish community, citing them as one of the most important communities in the world. She fights to preserve their history, and one of the reasons she became very fascinated about World War II is because of its effect on the Jewish community.
While her gender change wasn’t announced publicly, a lot of people noticed the similarity of her previous looks and current persona.