Economic Mobility Hub Chosen for Urban Institute’s Mobility Action Learning Network

The Economic Mobility Hub for American Indians is thrilled to be among the 26 localities across the US joining the Urban Institute’s Mobility Action Learning Network (MALN).

In its work with MALN, the Hub will build capacity to gather, analyze, and visualize data to help understand mobility changes and to align strategies that accelerate change. The Hub’s MALN work is a collaborative effort between Interfaith Action of Greater Saint Paul-Department of Indian Work, Montessori American Indian Childcare Center, Ramsey County, City of Saint Paul, and Health Partners.

“This is a really important opportunity for us to join with peers across the country to explore innovative strategies and share best practices to increase upward mobility and racial equity for American Indian families,” says Kelly Miller, Director of the Department of Indian Work. “We seek to pinpoint and connect the dots between systemic challenges and barriers faced by families and clear policy or program changes within County, City, and health systems that will reduce these barriers.”