On January 18th Higher Ground’s Mossik Hacobian and Brandy Brooks were interviewed about Mayor Wu’s upcoming proposal to address housing concerns in Boston. “The more families can have stable housing that they can afford, it’s good for education, it’s good for health, it’s good for the economy,” Hacobian said. Higher Ground is the backbone organization for a promising collective impact approach to addressing student homelessness called the Family Led Stability Initiative.
Higher Ground On Boston Black News
Higher Ground Deputy Director Brandy Brooks was recently interviewed on Boston Black News by community leader Ron Bell of Dunk The Vote.
Higher Ground Board Recognized At UMass Club
On September 14th Higher Ground honored six outstanding outgoing board members for their dedication and service.
Higher Ground Participates in WGBH’s “Priced Out” Series.
Higher Ground Deputy Director Brandy Brooks raised an important question about affordable housing in the recent episode of WGBH’s series “Priced Out”.
Higher Ground Board Chair Named to Mayor’s Commission on Black Men and Boys
Higher Ground Board Chair Charlie Titus was recently named to City of Boston Mayor Michelle Wu’s Commission on Black Men and Boys.
Higher Ground Executive Director Receives North Star Award
Higher Ground Executive Director Mossik Hacobian was recently honored by Thompson Island Outward Bound Education Center for his lifetime service to the Boston community.
Hubie Jones Receives the Norman B. Leventhal Award from A Better City
On December 5, 2022 Hubie Jones was honored by A Better City with the Norman B. Leventhal Award. Named in memory of A Better…