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Great Things Come in Threes: Austin Public Health Leadership

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The Community is Invited to the Grand Opening of Waterloo Park

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Networking for African Americans in Austin

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Wealth Gap, Financial Empowerment and Wealth Building for Black Austin

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Great Things Come in Threes: Austin Public Health Leadership

If asked to imagine a conversation with Austin’s Assistant City Manager for Health & Environment, the Interim Director of Austin Public Health (APH) and the Director of the Austin Health Authority (AHA), you’d be forgiven for being completely wrong about what such a meeting might be like.

Wealth Gap, Financial Empowerment and Wealth Building for Black Austin

As one of the nation’s fastest-growing cities for over the past decade, and being labeled as Silicon Valley 2.0, what isn’t highlighted is that despite its growing population and economy, the economic divide has continued to deepen.
In Austin, the racial wealth divide significantly affects Black and Latinx residents.

Community Side-Eyes Promises for Mt. Carmel Improvements

On the surface, what appears to be happening in East Austin…excuse me, the East End, looks like what is happening in cities across the United States. However, some things are brewing in the Capital City that other cities may want to take notice of.

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Best in the Citi: Terry P. Mitchell

Serial entrepreneur Terry Pierre Mitchell has made her mark on Austin’s social and business scenes. Now, she’s working to build a better city to raise her daughter.

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Best in the Citi: Edward Madongorere

Edward Madongorere is hoping to push inclusion through content creation — and make the world a better place for Black kids with autism along the way.

Jerold McDonald left hospitals, because he thought he could shake up the industry better from the outside. Today, he's using his superpowers to be a voice for the voiceless.

Best in the Citi: Jerold McDonald

Jerold McDonald left hospitals because he thought he could shake up the industry better from the outside. Today, he’s using his superpowers to be a voice for the voiceless.

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Best in the Citi: Mikaila Ulmer

She built a multi-million dollar lemonade brand before her 12th birthday. But Mikaila Ulmer is still grappling with the same things other 16-year-olds face.

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terry p mitchell black leaders collective austin

Best in the Citi: Terry P. Mitchell

Serial entrepreneur Terry Pierre Mitchell has made her mark on Austin’s social and business scenes. Now, she’s working to build a better city to raise her daughter.

edwardmadongorere omaiven health austin

Best in the Citi: Edward Madongorere

Edward Madongorere is hoping to push inclusion through content creation — and make the world a better place for Black kids with autism along the way.

Jerold McDonald left hospitals, because he thought he could shake up the industry better from the outside. Today, he's using his superpowers to be a voice for the voiceless.

Best in the Citi: Jerold McDonald

Jerold McDonald left hospitals because he thought he could shake up the industry better from the outside. Today, he’s using his superpowers to be a voice for the voiceless.

mikaila ulmer me and the bees austin tx

Best in the Citi: Mikaila Ulmer

She built a multi-million dollar lemonade brand before her 12th birthday. But Mikaila Ulmer is still grappling with the same things other 16-year-olds face.