Silver Huang is a recombinative synthesist, pattern analyst and articulator.
She spent her childhood and early adulthood unaware of her autism or giftedness, and struggled blindly through the trauma of social judgement and exclusion, in personal and professional arenas, from family, peers, educators and superiors.
She was only professionally diagnosed as autistic at the age of 32 in 2013, and only peer identified as profoundly gifted at the age of 36 in 2017.
Today, she writes for highly, exceptionally and profoundly gifted (HEPG) adults and HEPG autistic (HEPG-A) adults, particularly those who are late-identified or late-diagnosed.
She is also hard at work developing her social enterprise concept that seeks to build a sustainable and meaningful employment and vocation model for gifted and autistic adults.