Mt. Auburn's mission from its inception has been consistent — building the potential of communities across the U.S. to provide shared and sustainable improvements in economic well-being. The firm makes an effort to view all its work through a racial equity lens. Over the past 30 years, Mt. Auburn has developed a keen understanding of how market conditions, power dynamics, and changing demographics in a city/region can cause economic and social inequities with profound impacts. In our evaluation work, our strategic planning projects, as well as our work in the creative industries, we focus on race, equity, and inclusion, ensuring that we represent all members of a community.
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Sharing Mt. Auburn's findings from the economic
On behalf of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Mt. Auburn Associates evaluated the impact of multisite cross-sector economic mobility initiatives across the US. This abbreviated summary of our research efforts highlights our methodology, key findings, and implications for the field.
Mt. Auburn publishes report for the Robert Wood
In our recent report for the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Community Resilience: Cross-Sector Collaboratives and Their Role in Responding to Crisis , Mt. Auburn interviewed leaders of cross-sector collaboratives and national organizations involved in multisite collaboratives to learn if and how cross-sector groups help position a community to be more adaptive and successful in navigating and responding to an acute community crisis.