Founder of The Springfield Institute
Aron Goldman is a founder of The Springfield Institute. Specializing in social justice and equity issues, he has helped a wide variety of organizations increase their impact using accessible data and policy analysis, cutting edge program development, monitoring and evaluation; communications and civic engagement, and strategic long range planning. Goldman’s client portfolio includes: The World Bank, The United Nations, USAID, US Dept. of Health and Human Services, YouthBuild USA, Midwives for Midwives, MotherWoman, Phipps Community Development Corporation, Princeton Social Investing, Johns Hopkins University, Amherst College, Five Colleges, Inc., North End Outreach Network, Spanish American Union, the Holyoke Food and Fitness Policy Council, Nuestras Raíces, the Amherst Survival Center, The Harold Grinspoon Foundation, and many others. Goldman has taught public policy at UMass Amherst and Springfield College. Goldman holds a Masters degree from Princeton University’s Woodrow Wilson School for Public and International Affairs.