About Us

Elizabeth  Marie Koller co-creator of  Not Bad Misunderstood, Inc.

I hope that you have enjoyed meeting my family and getting to know a little bit more about me.  My mother and father, Keith and Mary, have been great supporters helping me accomplish my dream, Not Bad Misunderstood, Inc.   I remember sitting down with Daddy and telling him what I wanted to do and how I wanted to get there.  He looked at me and mommy and said, “We will do all we can to help you reach your dreams”.  Mom and dad have been very helpful in providing me with support, guidance and materials.

My mother and father will be pre-reading all of the emails sent to me.  This allows me to stay focused on all the other things in my life that I need to do.  Like reading, creating, playing, studying, writing, homework,  playing, school, doing my nails, and did I mention playing...I think you get the picture.  Mom and dad make sure that everything is balanced and that Anthony and I are safe.

Text Box: Don't Judge, Get Educated!
Text Box: Not Bad Misunderstood, Inc.
Text Box: Don’t judge.  Get educated!

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Elizabeth’s 1st  Book!  Invisible!

Text Box: I am Elizabeth Koller, co-creator of Not Bad Misunderstood, Inc.  I am now 11 years old, I was nine when I approached my parents and told them that I wanted to create a foundation to help parents and children with Autism and Epilepsy.  I encourage you to read the Homepage so you will know how I inspired my parents to help me start, Not Bad Misunderstood, Inc. doing this will also help you understand more about me.

I have several hobbies and interests as you can see from the pictures posted on this page.  Reading is one of my favorite things to do.  The gift of reading provides people with the power of knowledge.  If you can read, you can find your answers to everything.

I spend a lot of time writing poetry and stories, as well.  I’ve written a few books and poems that I hope to see published one day.   I recently became an AUTHOR!  I Just got my first book INVISIBLE published!  I’m so excited.  I hope you will check it out.  Also, we added a page to the website called Invisible!  Please check it out as well it has information about my book on it as well as some links to the newspaper articles and a magazine writing about my book and nonprofit.
Doing crafts and art work are super fun.  All of the Logo’s that are on my website I created except the butterfly in the upper right hand corner of the website.  You will see it everywhere, I love it.  I tried to draw one myself but I just couldn’t get it.  My Munna, knows artists and she told them what I was trying to do and what I wanted.  They created it for me.  I told them what I wanted and they did the rest.  The globe like picture on my website I created with the idea of my reaching out across the world.  I like to call it “Hands Around the World”.  Autism effects people of all ages and race thus the multiple colors, you will notice that I am heavy on the color blue as it is the color of Autism.

In the upper left hand side of my website,  you will see a picture of a puzzle piece.  I did this because  Autism is puzzling in many ways.  Not all people living with Autism are effected the same, this is puzzling.  People that are living with Autism have a puzzled mind, not processing things the same as those of us that do not have Autism.  The colors of the puzzle piece again represent that Autism has no favorites, it effects people of all races.

The image to the right is my arm and hand.  I did this as a symbol of me reaching out.  My thoughts for this were to extend a helping hand, reach out and help support Autism.  This was my first time doing art in 3D.  I thought it was pretty awesome.