Partners in learning for social change
Mt. Auburn Associates is a leader in the design and evaluation of strategies to promote the economic well-being of individuals, communities, and regions.Meet Our Team
Strategic planning is all about determining long-term goals and developing the most effective means for achieving them. Successful strategic planning builds consensus, engages key stakeholders, and leads to strong ownership of the strategy.
Learning & Evaluation
We view evaluations as learning exercises. Our goal is to help clients identify and assess anticipated program outcomes, determine the effectiveness of various program elements, and refine activities to better meet intended outcomes.
Mt. Auburn's mission, from inception, has been consistent — building the potential of communities across the U.S. to provide shared and sustainable improvements in economic well-being. We make an effort to view all our 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 can cause economic and social inequities. In our evaluation work, strategic advising 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.
As centering community voice continues to emerge as an essential element of collaborative efforts, Mt. Auburn Associates recently released a report highlighting key lessons from the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston's Working Places initiative to underscore promising practices.
Exciting news to share! Mt. Auburn has been renewed as a Woman Business Enterprise (WBE) with the Supplier Diversity Office (SDO).
We're looking for a full-time Research Associate to join our team at Mt. Auburn. As a key member, you'll provide essential project support to senior staff on national and local initiatives related to community investment, affordable housing, inclusive growth, small business development, workforce development, economic mobility, health equity, community resilience, and creative economies.