Elaine Hall is internationally renowned as an arts educator for her starring role in the HBO Emmy Award winning documentary, "Autism: The Musical." Her groundbreaking Jewish musical theater and film program, The Miracle Project Judaica, has been named by the Slingshot Guide as one of North Americas best Jewish organizations to foster inclusion. Elaines memoir, "Now I See the Moon" was the official selection by The United Nations for World Autism Awareness Month 2011 and by the Jewish Consortium for Disability and Inclusion in 2013. Elaine is a motivational speaker seeking to change attitudes towards Inclusion through her religious and arts education programs, and through the I Win (Inclusion from Within) programs. Elaine lives in Santa Monica, California with her inspiration, her son Neal and her husband, Jeff Frymer, as she answers the call to bring The Miracle Project Judaica to communities nationwide.