Lisa is joined by Jennifer Cook, who is the autism expert on the American version of the hit Netflix show, Love on the Spectrum." In this romantic docuseries, people on the autism spectrum look for love and navigate the changing world of dating and relationships.
Jennifer Cook is Smart. Lively. Cheeky. A global conversation-starter with a Sesame Street doppleganger who just happens to have discovered (at age thirty-five) that she was on the autism spectrum.
That's Jennifer Cook, author of eight bestselling books --the Asperkids collection, Sisterhood of the Spectrum, and Autism in Heels -- which include a Wall Street JournalBestseller, a Publishers Weekly "Best Book" title winner, and three of BookAuthority's "Best-Selling" and "Top Autism Books of All Time."
The "autism expert" on Netflix's "Love On the Spectrum," Jennifer is the bestselling female author of any single book in the genre and an award-winning international speaker, celebrated in the press as a "role model of positivity" whose insights touch hearts, lighten spirits, and broaden minds.
Jennifer graduated from Brown University, going on to the Graduate School of Social Work at Columbia University, and the Graduate School of Education at Queens University. She and her family reside near Charlotte, North Carolina.