A leading international spokesperson, educator, radio show host and writer within the autism community, Kristin Selby Gonzalez is also the mother of a boy with autism. Kristin has been working with her son for over nine years and has seen him progress from very withdrawn with no language, to a playful and interactive boy who now speaks in five word sentences. She possesses an extraordinary body of knowledge and experience with both educational and biomedical interventions for autism, including enzyme therapy, dietary intervention, sensory integration, and play therapy.
Kristin has been profiled on American television and radio programs including Fox News in Seattle, Portland, Denver and Des Moines. She speaks to parents and professionals across America at national autism conferences and was the headline speaker on the Enzymedica Sponsored 2009 Autism Grass Roots Tour. During that tour, Kristin crisscrossed the US giving more than 77 lectures and traveling to 26 States sharing a message of hope and help to over 4,400 families.
Kristin is the President and Chairman of the Autism Hope Alliance, a non-profit founded by Tom Bohager. Autism Hope Alliance is the first non-profit foundation for Autism to emerge from the Natural Foods Industry. Autism Hope Alliance’s mission is to help families through provided educational tools, financial support and volunteerism. Their goal is to help raise funds for programs offered through Generation Rescue, Talk About Curing Autism, A Place of Grace, The Autism Treatment Center of AmericaTM and more to come. Kristin speaks nationally and co-hosts two radio shows on the Autism Approved Radio. One with Raun Kaufman, Raun and Kristin: Bringing Hope into your Home and the other with Lisa Ackerman, Listen in with Lisa and Kristin: Laughter, Words of Wisdom Win.
Passionate about helping all children on the autism spectrum and dedicated to the recovery of her own son, Kristin Selby Gonzalez is an inspiration to mothers everywhere, constantly reminding parents that Recovery for our children is not just a hope, it s a reality.