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About Our Authors




Gary G. Porter

As the Editor-in-Chief of Autism Key, Gary has passionately been a part of the autism community for over six years. He has worked alongside other autism organizations to raise awareness about discrimination and mistreatment of those with autism spectrum disorders and their families. As a father of a child with autism, Gary stays up-to-date on the latest trends and topics that affect the autism community. He enjoys football, movies, spending time with family, and volunteer work that supports various missions and humanitarian projects around the globe.







Susan Moffitt
Susan Moffitt is the single mother of high functioning autistic twin sons who are now fifteen. When not advocating for them, she pursues her multiple creative passions of fine art, piano composition, and writing. Both her poetry and fiction have been seen print. A Florida native, Susan graduated from Connecticut College with a degree in dance. Currently, she is working on a sequel to “Upstream,” her first chapbook of poetry and prose on autism.




. . Michelle Gonzalez

Michelle is an autism advocate and the mother of a child with autism spectrum disorder. After receiving her son’s diagnosis in 2005, she championed and worked alongside other parents to help raise awareness about the disorder. Gonzalez is currently a stay-at-home mom and writes in her spare time. She enjoys church, tennis, reading, writing, and raising her children.

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Did You Know?

  • * In 1970, Autism affected 1 out of 10,000 children
  • * Autism now affects 1 out of 88 children
  • * Autism affects 1 in 54 boys
  • * 1.7 million Americans have some form of autism
  • * 4 out of 5 autistic children are boys

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