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.
Clients are looking for answers...we know how to ask all the right questions.
Mt. Auburn is pleased to announce that we have been renewed as a woman business enterprise (WBE) with the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Supplier Diversity Office!
Mt. Auburn works with the Merrimack Valley on post-disaster recovery efforts
On September 13, 2018, the communities of Andover, Lawrence, and North Andover were rocked by as many as 80 explosions and fires caused by over-pressurized gas lines owned by Columbia Gas. View More
Mt. Auburn conducts an evaluation of Business Equity Initiative (BEI)
Mt. Auburn conducts an evaluation of Business Equity Initiative (BEI) , an initiative with an innovative approach to addressing the growing income inequities in Massachusetts by providing high-touch, customized strategic advising to Black and Latinx entrepreneurs with high growth potential. View More
Beth Siegel Keynote Speaker
Beth Siegel was a keynote speaker at the Health. Equity. Capital: Convening. Beth presented the findings of Mt. Auburn's evaluation of Invest Health, a project of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and Reinvestment Fund. View More
Somerville Equity Talent Playbook
Mt. Auburn Associates, along with our project partner FutureWorks, worked with the City of Somerville to develop the Somerville Equity Talent Playbook. View More
MGCC Small Business Technical Assistance Grant Program
Mt. Auburn Associates and Karl F. Seidman Consulting author a report on the findings of a study examining the effectiveness and impact of the MGCC Small Business Technical Assistance Grant Program. View More
Beth Siegel authors article for Health Affairs
ReThink Health and Mt. Auburn Associates assessed nearly 150 cross-sector efforts focused on improving health, considering how they operated and managed stewardship, strategy, sustainable financing, and existing market and policy conditions. View Article