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Mt. Auburn authors Pathways to System Change: The Design of Multisite, Cross-Sector Initiatives for the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. Over the past few years, there has been significant growth in the number of multi-site, cross-sector initiatives to improve communities and the lives of their residents. Through a comprehensive literature review, interviews with key project evaluators and funders, a recap of a December 2014 roundtable discussion, and the authors' significant expertise, this report provides detailed descriptions of "what works" and "pitfalls" in its analysis of design elements and project parameters of both past and current multisite initiatives.

Senator Chuck Schumer

Senator Chuck Schumer Captivated by Creative Economy Report
"I'm convinced that it will lead to jobs, jobs and more jobs," said Senator Chuck Schumer. He stopped at FingerPaint Marketing on Broadway today to say he'll help the City secure NEA funding to create and pursue a new Master Plan for the Arts that will enhance Saratoga Springs' creative economy. View Full Post

Mt. Auburn issues Living Cities' TII Final Outcome Report

Mt. Auburn unveils creative plan for New York's Capital Region

Strong Cities, Strong Communities reports released. Mt. Auburn Associates, in partnership with Abt Associates, RW Ventures, and consultant Christopher Walker, completed an evaluation of the performance of a federal pilot program to encourage economic stabilization and recovery in six economically distressed cities. The Department of Health and Human Services recently released the three documents produced under this contract, a final report and two short topical papers.