Christine Motokane is a self advocate on the Board of Autism Society of Los Angeles, an anti-bullying activist, author and sought after speaker who shares her story as a female living with autism and tips on coping with anxiety on a daily basis.

Christine Motokane is a self advocate serving on the Board of Autism Society of Los Angeles.  Recently graduating from Loyola Marymount University with a degree in Psychology, Christine wants to make an impact in improving the lives of people with autism.  She is currently working on an anti-bullying initiative at the middle and high school levels.  Another area that she would like to focus on is the vocational training and opportunities for young adults with autism.  Christine herself has sought a mentor to help her navigate through young adulthood and wants to develop good mentorship programs for other young adults.  Always mindful to integrate herself in society but at the same time remembering to embrace her autism.  Christine published an autobiography in 2014 titled “Working the Double Shift A Young Woman’s Journey with Autism”.  She has spoken about her experiences with various groups such as Manhattan Beach Unified School District, Southwest SELPA, the FRED conference, Loyola Marymount University, UCLA and the US Autism and Aspergers Association.