Inka Nisinbaum is originally from Germany. She has a Master in Psychology, worked in a juvenile prison back in Germany, as a psychologist in a protected work environment for schizophrenic patients in Vienna/Austria up to 2009 when she and her husband moved to the United States.
After moving to the US Inka fulfilled a long-lived dream of hers, becoming a published author in Germany by writing her autobiography. When Inka was born, she was diagnosed with Cystic Fibrosis and a life expectancy of four years. When she turned 23 she had a double lung and liver transplant, saving her life but also leaving her broken and not able to trust in her body or life anymore.
Needless to say, Inka got back on her feet. In 2013 she became the only woman worldwide who had a baby after a double lung and liver transplant.
Now, over 14 years past her transplant, she is living an absolute healthy life. Making the best out of the life she got because she learned what it takes to raise above all and what it takes to move mountains in order to become the person you want to be.
Inka is still writing, she just can’t help it. She just finished her first novel in English. But what she really does is moving and inspiring people with her motivational speeches. Take a look…