Speakers

Lindsey Nebeker, B.A.

Lindsey Nebeker is a pianist/composer, speaker, and disability rights advocate from the Washington, D.C. area who believes that every person is capable to love and be loved, regardless of the state of the human condition.
Lindsey was born in Tokyo, Japan and received her autism diagnosis at age two during a visit to the United States. By age four, she began to develop speech and remained involved for several years in various intervention programs. She holds a B.A. Degree in Music Technology from the College of Santa Fe (New Mexico) and she is a Partners in Policymaking graduate. In addition to her own autism diagnosis, Lindsey also shares the condition with her brother (who experiences it more intensely). Lindsey has appeared in Glamour,MTV, National Public Radio, Good Morning America, and the full feature documentary Autism in Love (official selection: 2015 Tribeca Film Festival) along with her significant other, Dave.
When Lindsey is not reporting to her daytime position at the nonprofit sector, you can find her engaged in her passions of travelling, sexuality research, Japanese culture, photo documenting, and improving on her 1909 Steinway.

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