Economic Mobility Leadership Network

  • Economic Mobility Leadership Network

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    Economic Mobility Leadership Network

    Overview

    https://player.vimeo.com/video/694179000?h=adacab471a

    Watch a video of recent EMLN convening in Loudoun County, Va. (December 2021)

    The Economic Mobility Leadership Network (EMLN) is a NACo cohort of county elected leaders focused on helping residents move up the economic ladder. EMLN members examine the range of interconnected issues that comprise economic mobility, including housing and workforce development and an overall lack of opportunity. The EMLN participates in peer-to-peer learning experiences during interactive, multi-day site visits to diverse counties across the country.

    Upcoming Convenings

    • September 13-15, 2022: Palm Beach County, Fla.
    • December 2022: Mobile County, Ala.
    • 2023: Coconino County, Ariz.

    Network Participants

    • A.  Coconino County, Ariz.
    • B.  El Paso County, Texas
    • C.  Erie County, Pa.
    • D.  Franklin County, Ohio
    • E.  Fulton County, Ga.
    • F.  Garrett County, Md.
    • G.  Hennepin County, Minn.
    • H.  Loudoun County, Va.
    • I.  Miami-Dade County, Fla.
    • J.  Mercer County, W.Va.
    • K.  Mobile County, Ala.
    • L.  Multnomah County, Ore.
    • M.  Nassau County, N.Y.
    • N.  Onondaga County, N.Y.
    • O.  Palm Beach County, Fla.
    • P.  Routt County, Colo.
    • Q.  Santa Cruz County, Ariz.
    • R.  Union County, N.J.
    • S.  Waukesha County, Wis.

     

    Participation in the EMLN is by application process. Contact Jennifer Kuiper (jkuiper@naco.org) for more information about the program.

    The Economic Mobility Leadership Network (EMLN) is a NACo cohort of county leaders that facilitates and incubates county-specific discussion and problem-solving on issues of economic mobility and helps county leaders identify and assess their current barriers to mobility and share scalable and transferable programs across the country.
    2020-08-28
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    2022-04-29

Overview

https://player.vimeo.com/video/694179000?h=adacab471a

Watch a video of recent EMLN convening in Loudoun County, Va. (December 2021)

The Economic Mobility Leadership Network (EMLN) is a NACo cohort of county elected leaders focused on helping residents move up the economic ladder. EMLN members examine the range of interconnected issues that comprise economic mobility, including housing and workforce development and an overall lack of opportunity. The EMLN participates in peer-to-peer learning experiences during interactive, multi-day site visits to diverse counties across the country.

Upcoming Convenings

  • September 13-15, 2022: Palm Beach County, Fla.
  • December 2022: Mobile County, Ala.
  • 2023: Coconino County, Ariz.

Network Participants

  • A.  Coconino County, Ariz.
  • B.  El Paso County, Texas
  • C.  Erie County, Pa.
  • D.  Franklin County, Ohio
  • E.  Fulton County, Ga.
  • F.  Garrett County, Md.
  • G.  Hennepin County, Minn.
  • H.  Loudoun County, Va.
  • I.  Miami-Dade County, Fla.
  • J.  Mercer County, W.Va.
  • K.  Mobile County, Ala.
  • L.  Multnomah County, Ore.
  • M.  Nassau County, N.Y.
  • N.  Onondaga County, N.Y.
  • O.  Palm Beach County, Fla.
  • P.  Routt County, Colo.
  • Q.  Santa Cruz County, Ariz.
  • R.  Union County, N.J.
  • S.  Waukesha County, Wis.

 

Participation in the EMLN is by application process. Contact Jennifer Kuiper (jkuiper@naco.org) for more information about the program.

NACo’s Economic Mobility Leadership Network is in partnership with the Aspen Institute’s Financial Security Program and generously supported by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.

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