Dan Feshbach

Dan Feshbach

Founder & CEO


San Diego, CA USA

Don’t settle. Go for the gold. You might not get gold, you might get silver. But you’re not going to even get bronze if you settle.


By Roadtrip Nation

Dan Feshbach


My road in life took a while to figure out.
In college, I was reluctant to take natural sales and business skills and apply them to the real world, so I wasn’t really sure what to do after graduating.
I spent time for a community organizing organization in healthcare and a healthcare research center, where I figured out that I really like data analysis.
I decided to go back to school and earn a master’s degree in city planning and healthcare planning.
After grad school, I built my career as a financial entrepreneur.
When my son was diagnosed with autism, I took it upon myself to figure out how to get him into school and educated.
I co-founded Oak Hill School of California, a school that serves children with autism.
The school needed curriculum, so I co-founded TeachTown, an education company that creates curriculum for children with autism.
Since then, I’ve continued to create impact as an autism tech entrepreneur—I currently serve as the CEO of Multiple, an autism technology innovation hub and accelerator.
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High School
University of California, Berkeley
City and Regional Planning
University of California, Berkeley
Healthcare Planning
University of California, Berkeley


Founder & CEO

I lead a neurodiversity and autism technology innovation hub.

Career Roadmap

My work combines:
My work combines:
Non-Profit Organizations
Helping People

Advice for Getting Started

Here's the first step for high school students

If you're interested in becoming an entrepreneur, I recommend getting an internship at either a start-up company or a nonprofit organization where you're doing more than just clerical work. Gaining experience at a place where you'll wear many different hats will help you gain valuable skills for entrepreneurship. And while doing so, pay close attention to what sparks your interest.