Bina Aspen Rothblatt
|Bina Aspen Rothblatt|
Los Angeles, California, U.S.
|🏡 Residence||Satellite Beach, Fla.|
|👩 Spouse(s)||Martine Rothblatt|
Bina Aspen Rothblatt, born Bina Aspen Smith (1955), is an American entrepreneur.
Bina Rothblatt was born in Los Angeles, California in 1955 and raised in Compton, California. She married Martine Rothblatt in 1982 in Washington, D.C. and is the mother of four: Eli, Sunee, Gabriel and Jenesis, and grandmother of four: Asata, Zion, Justice and Saturn Rothblatt.
As an entrepreneur, Bina Rothblatt is Co-Founder of Sirius XM, United Therapeutics Corporation, Lung Biotechnology, the World Against Racism (online) Museum, the Terasem Movement, the inspiration for and Co-Creator of the BINA48  humanoid robot, and a certified clinical electrologist.
Bina Rothblatt is the 1995 recipient of the Gold Probe from the American Electrology Association, an esteemed award given to an electrologist exhibiting a dedication to the profession on both a state and national level. Bina published the first journal article on electrolysis for transgender clients, electrolysis for differently pigmented persons, and electrolysis as a mental health therapy, coining the term "hair dysphoria" as a mental health condition.
Bina Rothblatt is an activist promoting diversity through her educational efforts at the World Against Racism (online) Museum, which she Co-Founded in 1996. In 2001 she funded the advertising campaign "Race Is Fiction, Racism Is Real" on hundreds of buses and cinema screens throughout the US.
- Aspen, B. (1994). Hair Dysphoria: A Condition We Can Treat. International Hair Route Magazine, 11.
- BINA48 on LifeNaut.com
- Sirius XM
- United Therapeutics Corporation
- American Electrology Association
- Lifenaut: About BINA48
- World Against Racism Museum
- Dr. Martine Rothblatt & Bina Aspen Rothblatt Speak at Fortune Most Powerful Women Summit – YouTube
- Freeman explores the soul of A.I. in Story of God clip
- Talk 2015 - Bina Aspen and Martine Rothblatt talk about the surprising way they hope their love will endure.
- July 2016 Whoopi Goldberg of the television show, The View, talks to Martine Rothblatt, Bina Aspen Rothblatt and the AI Robot, BINA48
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