Fiddle Fellowship

We’re researching and proposing changes to public policy relating to issues impacting the lives of the diverse population of adults with autism and/or intellectual/developmental disabilities and their families.

The Daniel Jordan Fiddle Foundation

The nation’s first not-for-profit, all-volunteer-run organization to focus on adult autism. The foundation creates paths leading to potential-driven, fulfilling lives.

Each year, Arizona State University’s Watts College of Public Service and Community Solutions selects a fellow to help drive the work of The Daniel Jordan Fiddle Center for Public Policy at the Global Leadership Institute.

The Fiddle Fellow’s mission:
Develop “The Daniel Jordan Fiddle Foundation Adult Autism Public Policy Agenda” and “The Daniel Jordan Fiddle Foundation Adult Autism Public Policy White Paper.”

“If we are going to create a future filled with potential for autistic adults and those with intellectual/developmental disabilities, we need a dramatic shift in public policy. First Place AZ is working to drive that change.”
Maureen Casey, Director, The Daniel Jordan Fiddle Foundation Center for Public Policy and Colonel Harland Sanders Center for Applied Research

Fiddle Fellows