Elizabeth J. (Ibby) Grace is a usually-speaking Autistic activist and Assistant Professor of Education at National Louis University in Chicago, where she lives in the suburbs with her family. She blogs at tinygracenotes.blogspot.com and is an editor on i.e.: inquiry in education (digitalcommons.nl.edu/ie/) and NeuroQueer (neuroqueer.blogspot.com). Her writing can also be found among other places in the books Loud Hands, Both Sides of the Table: Autoethnographies of Educators Learning and Teaching With/In [Dis]ability, and Criptiques. Ibby currently serves on the board of directors of Society for Disability Studies.
Amy is a non-speaking Autistic activist, writer and poet. She blogs for Ollibean and the Autism Women's Network and publishes links to all her published posts on her own blog, Non SpeakingAutistic Speaking.
Amy is part of the Florida Alliance for Assistive Services and Technology Board of Directors, of the Autism National Committee (AutCom) and of the Autistic Self Advocacy Network (ASAN)
She has presented in several conferences in the United States and Canada.