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Emily Mitchell

Operations Manager

Nashville Branch
333 Commerce Street
Suite 1000
Nashville, TN 37201
615-251-7208
emily.mitchell@atl.frb.org

  • Biography

    Emily Mitchell is an operations manager for the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta's community and economic development (CED) team. She oversees many of the team's administrative functions. She has also supported the Federal Reserve's Small Business Credit Survey.

    Previously, she spent four years as senior program director at Enterprise Community Partners in Columbia, Maryland, implementing and managing training, technical assistance, grants, and a web-based certification process for organizations integrating green development practices into affordable housing. She also managed the residential green building program, LEED for Homes, and the affordable housing efforts at the U.S. Green Building Council.

    Mitchell has master's degrees in urban and regional planning from Virginia Tech University and environmental science and policy from American University. In Nashville, she serves as a volunteer with United Way of Metro Nashville.

  • Publications

    Atlanta Fed Community and Economic Development Discussion Papers

    Blight Remediation in the Southeast: Local Approaches to Design and Implementation
    Ann Carpenter, Emily Mitchell, and Shelley Price
    2015-5
    November 2015
    Abstract | Full text Adobe PDF file format (1.33 MB)

    Articles

    Ann Carpenter and Emily Mitchell. "Fighting Neighborhood Blight," Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta Partners Update (November/December 2015).

    Emily Mitchell. "Integrating Financial Counseling with Other Municipal Services," Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta Partners Update (March/April 2015).

    Emily Mitchell and Emily Thaden. "Inclusionary Housing Policies: A Promising Tool for Housing Affordability," Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta Partners Update (September/October 2014).

    Emily Mitchell. "Best Practices in Workforce Development," Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta Partners Update (May/June 2014).

    Emily Mitchell. "The Power of Collective Impact," Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta Partners Update (May/June 2014).