Dan Feshbach



Dan is a social entrepreneur creating new possibilities for people with autism. Before launching Multiple, Dan co-founded TeachTown, a digital education platform for children with autism that was sold in a substantial exit and now serves over 170,000 students every month in more than 1,000 school districts. He also co-founded Oak Hill School, a certified special education facility. Dan is a founding organizer of the Autism Impact Fund and an advisor to K-Ventures. Dan’s passion for neurodiversiy is deeply personal—his son, Reed, was diagnosed with autism at just two years old. When Dan couldn’t find any resources to engage his son in learning, he decided to build what didn’t exist. Throughout his career, Dan has helped countless autism innovators navigate toward funding, growth, and exponential impact. This work is the genesis of Multiple, his newest venture, connecting an ecosystem of entrepreneurs and funders around transformative technologies focused on autism.