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
New Orleans Cultural Economy Snapshot
The New Orleans Office of Cultural Economy released its annual report, The 2016 Cultural Economy Snapshot. The 2016 Snapshot is the seventh and final in a series of reports providing a comprehensive review of the city's cultural economy. Mt. Auburn has assisted in the preparation of the Snapshots since 2010. View Report
Berkshire Taconic Releases New Regional Report, A Closer Look.
BTCF retained Mt. Auburn Associates to complete an assessment of current issues, trends, and needs in the communities the foundation serves. http://www.berkshiretaconic.org/bLearnbAboutBTCF/OurInitiatives/ReportACloserLook.aspx
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.
Mt. Auburn is pleased to announce it has met the certification requirements as a women-owned business. The Massachusetts Operational Services Division’s Office of Training, Outreach and Marketing awarded Supplier Diversity Office State Certification to Mt. Auburn in 2013.
Mt. Auburn selected by the Boston Fed and its partners as the lead evaluator of the Working Cities Challenge, a multi-year effort to improve the lives of low-income residents. The six winning communities receiving grants are Salem, Somerville, Chelsea, Holyoke, Fitchburg, and Lawrence.
Mt Auburn is currently conducting creative economy studies in the Capital Region of New York and Kentucky.