Founder and President
Madison House Autism Foundation
JaLynn Prince is the founder and president of Madison House Autism Foundation, one of the nation’s first and only organizations working exclusively on issues facing adults on the autism spectrum. The organization was recently gifted a 400-acre farm in Montgomery County, which serves as an inclusive place for workforce development, respite, therapeutic involvement and housing for adults on the autism spectrum.
With a background in photojournalism, Prince spent years documenting challenges in health care, education, poverty and disaster recovery. She founded Madison House with the desire to help her autistic adult son and the thousands of underserved adults in the U.S.