who i am
An attorney. An author. An artist. An advocate.
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. Today, I am an attorney, author, advocate, artist and consultant who is passionate about disability inclusion and neurodiversity. I take that passion to help our world be more inclusive and accessible for people with disabilities. My personal and professional experiences allow me to bring unique insight and perspective across different professions and settings.
I am a keynote speaker and educator. I love to speak publicly 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 also am an adjunct professor at Taylor University in the Psychology department.
As an author, I’ve written four books – one on the middle school years, one about college, one about the transition to adulthood and independence, and one about neurodiversity for lawyers and other professionals. My writing has also been featured in various media outlets and legal journals. I write about autism in various contexts, whether it be personal experiences, media representation, politics, or how important it is to be heard and part of the conversation. After all, there is a famous saying in the disability community: “nothing about us, without us.”
I speak, share, and advocate to create change because I believe the world needs to be ready and accepting of all kinds of bodies and minds. The future begins now. The future is neurodiverse. The future is accessible. The future is people with disabilities. I’m ready. Are you?