John Elder Robison

John Elder Robinson is not only a New York Times Bestselling author, but he is the man responsible for KISS signature guitars. An Autism advocate, he was not diagnosed himself until he was 40 years old because of a lack of knowledge about the spectrum.

Robinson has worked on sound effects, electronic devices, some of the first video games, and even founded an automobile company.

While not at Robison Service Co., the largest specialty independent restoration and service company for select cars, Robinson is speaking around the world about Autism.

He is a member of the Interagency Autism Coordinating Committee of the US Department of Health and Human Services and is a scholar in residence for William and Mary for neurodiversity.

Some of his novels include “Look Me in the Eye,” “Switched On,” and several more.