Elaine Hall “Coach E!, was a top Hollywood children’s acting coach whose life changed dramatically after her son Neal was diagnosed with autism. When traditional behavioral therapies didn’t work, she sought the esteemed Dr. Stanley Greenspan who encouraged her to rally creative people to join Neal’s world and he slowly emerged out of his isolation. Elaine then developed these methods to train staff and volunteers and created The Miracle Project, a theatre and film social skills program, profiled in the Emmy winning HBO documentary, AUTISM: The Musical. She is an international keynote speaker, a workshop leader and blogs for the Huffington Post. Her memoir, Now I See the Moon, was chosen for World Autism Awareness Day at The United Nations where she has spoken several times. Elaine Hall has received numerous honors for her work and was recently nominated by Los Angeles Magazine as one of Los Angeles’ 50 most inspiring women.