In 2015, only 23 out of 1,009 adults with Autism who are Regional Center clients are making minimum wage or more (2%). Over 390 (39%) were sitting at home doing nothing. This was not unique, most Regional Centers reported similar outcomes. Working together with our partners – Inland Regional Center, Department of Rehabilitation, State Council on Developmental Disabilities, Riverside County Office of Education, and San Bernardino City Schools – the Autism Employment Collaborative was born with a focus for improving these outcomes. This included looking at systems to promote accountability, creativity, and stable and sufficient funding streams to support person-centered, meaningful lives.