Living Cities: The Integration Initiative in Cleveland, Ohio- Greater University Circle Community Wealth Building Initiative: Evaluation Executive Summary Year 3
Center for Economic Development
The Living Cities Integration Initiative (TII) began in 2011 as a three-year program to accelerate local initiatives promoting greater economic inclusion in five cities across the country. In Cleveland, Ohio, the TII was known as the Greater University Circle (GUC) Community Wealth Building Initiative and was part of the more comprehensive Greater University Circle Initiative (GUCI) between 2011 and 2013. The GUCI began in 2005 and will continue beyond TII. This report will refer to the three-year Living Cities program as the GUCI/TII.
This executive summary combines findings from two evaluation reports. The first is a formative and system change evaluation and the second is a program and projects evaluation. These reports cover 2013—the third and final year of the Cleveland initiative’s collaboration with Living Cities (LC).
Austrian, Ziona; Hexter, Kathryn W.; Clouse, Candi; and Baboomian, Serineh, "Living Cities: The Integration Initiative in Cleveland, Ohio- Greater University Circle Community Wealth Building Initiative: Evaluation Executive Summary Year 3" (2014). All Maxine Goodman Levin School of Urban Affairs Publications. 0 1 2 3 1170.