(Videos marked with a * are personal highlights of my media appearances. Be sure to check them out!)
Amy was recently interviewed on the Autism Live show! Autism Live is produced by the Center for Autism and Related Disorders in Woodland Hills, California, and is hosted by Shannon Penrod. Amy was last interviewed on the show seven years ago and was thrilled to be asked back. Topics covered in this interview include autism and sexuality, college coaching for students on the spectrum, ABA, and more. Click below to watch:
Amy was recently interviewed about autism and sexuality on the Exploring Different Brains podcast with Dr. Hackie Reitman! For the full transcript and audio, click HERE. To watch the full video on Youtube, click below:
*On December 3, 2016, Amy gave her second TEDx talk, "Why Autism is Sexier Than You Think It Is" at the Landmark Loews in Jersey City, NJ. Watch video of Amy's talk below!
On March 28th, 2017, Amy was honored for her advocacy work at the annual Advocates for Adults with Autism Event of Yes She Can Inc., an organization dedicated to helping young women on the autism spectrum. Watch video of Amy's acceptance speech below!
On February 14th, Amy spoke to students on the spectrum at Purchase College about sexuality and autism. Topics covered included learning to say NO and myths vs. truths about autism and dating. Click below to watch clips!
On November 15th, Amy spoke at the Ninth Annual International Conference of ABAI (the Association for Behavior Analysis International) in Paris, France! Click below to view a clip of Amy's presentation, Sexuality and the Spectrum: Lessons on Sex, Dating, and Love, Autism Style:
In October of 2017, Amy was interviewed about autism and sex by Becca Lory and Dr. Kate Cody on the Spectrumly Speaking podcast! Click below to listen to the full episode:
On January 6th, 2017, Amy hosted a live chat on the Autism on The MightyFacebook page, and discussed a number of topics, including issues related to girls and women on the autism spectrum and autism and sexuality, and answered a number of wonderful questions asked by the chat participants. The full video is available on Youtube and can be watched below:
*On April 12th, 2016, Amy presented at an Autism Awareness Month event at Raritan Valley Community College in Branchburg, New Jersey. Titled Freshman Disorientation: Navigating Friendships and Relationships on the Autism Spectrum, the presentation was recorded and can be viewed by clicking below:
On April 12th, 2016, Amy was interviewed for a Twirling, Sexy, Moving, Unexpected, Dragons & Daisies Autism Awareness Day Expo held by LG Educational Solutions. For more information about the Expo, click HERE. To listen to the full interview, click below:
On January 11th, 2016, Amy presented to parents of children on the spectrum at New York University on the subject of girls and ASD. The presentation was recorded, and you can watch it below:
On July 9, 2015, Amy presented at the 46th annual conference of the Autism Society of America in Denver, Colorado, where she spoke about autism and sexuality to a very enthusiastic and receptive audience. The session was audio-recorded, and you can listen to it below!
*On June 17, 2015, Amy made an appearance on the Different Is Beautiful Show, hosted by Kerry Magro and airing on public access in Jersey City, NJ. Amy had the opportunity to speak about autism and girls, autism and sexuality, and issues related to autism and transitioning to higher education. Click below to watch the full interview!
*On October 20th, 2014, Amy gave the keynote address at AHA-NY's annual Fall Conference in Holbrook, NY. Click below to watch video!
*Solving the Autism Public Health Puzzle World Autism Awareness Day panel at the United Nations on April 6, 2011. Amy spoke alongside three other panelists: Dr. Geri Dawson, (former) CSO of Autism Speaks; Prof. Saima Hossein, Chair of the National Advisory Committee on Autism in Bangladesh; and Dr. Shekhar Saxena, Director of the Mental Health Division at the World Health Organization. (Moderator: Russ Mitchell, CBS news anchor.)
*In April of 2014, (Autism Awareness Month), I gave my first-ever TEDx talk, at Seton Hall University in West Orange, New Jersey. Click below to watch video!
Click the "Play" button below to listen to Amy's interview on The Autism Show!
Amy is interviewed as part of this promotional video for AHA-NY's annual Rock 'N' Bowl event in 2013:
Amy is interviewed about Asperger's Syndrome college coaching and life as a woman on the spectrum on Autism Live in November of 2012!
Featured speaker in Autism Speaks' "Autism Votes" ad campaign in a follow-up solo spot, "1 in 88 Can't Wait: We Will Succeed"!
Featured speaker in Autism Speaks' "Autism Votes" ad campaign, aimed at politicians to make autism an important issue in the 2012 elections. Amy is also personally profiled on the Autism Speaks website, here.
BlogTalkRadio interview, July 8, 2012. "The Naughty Autie" pays a visit to the Innersight radio show to talk about issues related to autism and sexuality. Click below to listen to the podcast! (Or click here for the direct mp3.)
Radio interview on NY Talk Radio's "Your Beautiful Child" program. Amy was interviewed by Shane B. Kulman alongside her business manager, Nicole Turon-Diaz, in NYC on June 14, 2010. Click the "Audio MP3" picture below to listen to the interview.
A nine-minute clip from Normal People Scare Me, the documentary in which Amy appeared in 2005. Amy was also an interview subject in a subsequent documentary called ARTS. For more information about both documentaries and to order them on DVD, please visit NormalFilms.com.