Lynette Nusbacher Net Worth 2020, Biography, Education, Career, and Award
Lynette Nusbacher Net Worth 2020– Lynette Nusbacher is an American historian, military expert, and author. She gained popularity not necessarily for her scholarly works but rather for her decision to transform from male to female.
Her transformation has inspired people of her kind to proudly embrace their identity.
Lynette Nusbacher’s Net Worth
Lynette Nusbacher has accumulated an excellent earning out of her profession as a Military Historian and Strategist. However, her salary is still under review.
According to some authorized sources, Lynette has maintained her net worth estimated to be around $1.25 Million USD as of 2020. Besides, she has not concluded any information about her cars, properties or any other source of income.
Biography of Lynette Nusbacher
Lynette Nusbacher was born on December 17, 1966, in New York, the United States of America as Aryeh Judah Schoen Nusbacher. She possesses American nationality and is of the Caucasian white ethnicity.
Nusbacher studied at the University of Toronto and obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in History and Economics in 1988. Thereafter, she proceeded to the Royal Military College where she obtained in-depth knowledge of Intelligence, Management, and was awarded a Master of Arts degree in War Studies in 1994.
She went ahead to obtain a Doctorate in Philosophy in British Modern History from the University of Oxford. She also attended the National School of Government and the Cranfield University School of management for short courses where she studied Organizational Leadership.
Nusbacher worked at the University of Toronto as an administrator from 1988- 1994 before proceeding to the Canadian Armed Forces to work as a logistics officer until 2000.
Also, she worked as the head of strategy horizons at the cabinet office in London, United Kingdom, before moving ahead to lecture at the University of Reading in Berkshire, United Kingdom. She worked as a Senior Lecturer of War strategies at The Royal Military Academy from 1999 to 2013.
From 2003 to 2005, Nusbacher has made appearances in all of the series episodes on TV’s Time Commanders as a military history expert.
In 2011, She began to gain recognition after creating a blog called ‘Nusbacher Associates’ in where she guides people through the think tank to explore cyber technology and new opportunities in technology for a brighter future.
She also leads a group called the Devil Advocacy where her team’s focus is to study skeptical views and identify sound evidence on historical facts and theories in view to gaining a crystal clear vision for the future deprived of cognitive bias.
Lynette Nusbacher didn’t come to the world alone but has siblings. She is known to have a twin brother named Jonas Maines. Jonas, unlike his brother-turned-sister, keeps away from the media and not much is known publicly about him. The siblings were born to parents named Waynes Maines and Kelly Maines who are their only other family member publicly known.
Lynette Nusbacher has completed BA(Economics and History) from the University of Toronto in 1988 and her master degree in War Studies from Royal Military College in 1994 where she gained full knowledge of intelligence and management. She has achieved DPhil in Modern History from the University of Oxford.
She has also attended the National School of Government and the Cranfield University-Cranfield School of Management for brief programs in Organizational Leadership.
She worked as an administrator at the University of Toronto from 1988-1994 and joined Logistics Officer at the Canadian Armed Forces until 2000. She worked as a senior lecturer at The Royal Military Academy from 1999 to 2013 and also worked as visiting lecturer at the University of Reading from 2006-2012.
From 2003-2005, she has appeared on TV’s Time Commanders as a military history expert in all of the series episode. She became famous after she created a blog called ‘Nusbacher Associates’ in 2011 in which she guides people to explore cyber tech and new opportunities in technology.
She leads the Devil’s Advocacy which focuses on the study of alternative strategies, soldier equipment, war strategies and many more.
She published a book ‘1314: Bannockburn, The Battle Of Bannockburn’ where the details of Scottish war was explained and ‘War and Conflict’ in 2002 in which real-life case studies were discussed. She also published online via The Times of Israel. Her blog section contains articles on Acts of War, UNRWA, the Aleppo refugees and many more topics.
Lynette Nusbacher Awards
She has not been awarded and has not been nominated yet. However, other information about her work is still under review.