Captivate your audience with speaker Haley Moss
Autism Advocate, Author, Attorney and Artist, bringing her gifts to the world.
WHO I AM
An attorney. An author. An artist. An advocate.
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Welcome to my online home! I’m glad you’re here. My name is Haley Moss. I was diagnosed with autism when I was 3 years old, and over the past twenty-plus years, I have been living my truth as a woman on the autism spectrum.
I am an author. I’ve written two books - one on the middle school years, and one about college. My work has also been featured in places such as The Huffington Post, Elite Daily, The Mighty, HerCampus, and more. I write about autism in various contexts, whether it be personal experiences, media representation, or just how important it is to be heard and part of the conversation.
I am an artist. You can check out my paintings and art here. I create to make others smile and to de-stress, so if my art makes you happy, then I am happy too.
I am an advocate. I recently graduated from law school at the University of Miami and am a practicing attorney. I love to speak about my experiences and be in front of a crowd (while autism may make socializing difficult for me sometimes, I happen to very much enjoy public speaking). In fact, my philosophy is that if sharing my story could make a difference in one person’s life, then it was all worth it. I continue to speak, share, and advocate because I truly believe something, I say can make somebody else’s road a little smoother, or offer hope. Read more...
Different isn’t bad. It’s just different. And different can be extraordinary
My personal mission is to make sure you believe in something my mom always told me since I first learned about the autism spectrum one summer day when I was a kid - “different isn’t bad. It’s just different, and different can be extraordinary.” Our world is better for our differences; after all, it would be pretty boring if we were all exactly the same! We need to celebrate and accept one another. I’m your person when it comes to talking about neurodiversity, discovering talents, and living your truth. Read more...
“Haley Moss should be congratulated for writing a very user-friendly and step-by-step guide to middle school. From how to open a locker to dealing with boys, Haley tackles the quagmire of middle school topics and offers practical advice and helping hand, Not only is this book a must need for parents and girls on the autism spectrum, educators would benefit greatly by utilizing this book as a Middle School Preparation Manual for all students heading to middle school.”
Lori Ernsperger, Ph.D., author