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The library is founded by Lei Wiley-Mydske, an autistic adult, disability activist and parent to an autistic child. In addition to her work with the library, Lei is the Community Outreach Coordinator for Autistic Women & Nonbinary Network, blogger, organizer with the grassroots Boycott Autism Speaks movement and an online content creator for Parenting Autistic Children With Love & Acceptance. Lei is available for public speaking events and has presented at Autistics Present and at the TASH National Conference on the subjects of neurodiversity libraries, collaborative advocacy in the autism community and the importance of autistic community and culture.
Lei has developed multiple resources for parents, professionals and community members to better understand how to respectfully support autistic individuals. She is passionate about autism acceptance, neurodiversity and autistic rights.