Mathematica’s E-W Framework Website Wins Silver Anthem Award

Mathematica’s E-W Framework Website Wins Silver Anthem Award

Feb 14, 2024
Anthem Award 2024

Mathematica has won a Silver Anthem Award in the third annual Anthem Awards, recognizing purpose and mission-driven work.

The organization and web development partner Velir won the award for its Education to Workforce Indicator Framework website in the Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion/Research Projects and Publications category. This award category recognizes projects that distribute informed research to educate, raise interest, knowledge, and or change perception or behavior around a Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion cause.

The Education-to-Workforce Indicator Framework (E-W Framework) helps state and local leaders, community organizations, advocates, researchers, and funders collect and use data equitably to advance educational and economic opportunity for all.  The framework offers guidance for using data to inform action through data equity principles, essential questions, indicators, disaggregates, and evidence-based practices. More than 26 organizations are implementing the framework.

“Advancing educational and economic opportunity for all is no small feat," according to Mathematica Managing Consultant and Project Director Elizabeth Alberty. "The E-W Framework website is an important tool for building awareness about how the framework can advance these goals, and we are grateful to our many contributors and collaborators who have helped shape the website to make it useful and relevant for the field.”

Launched in 2021 by The Webby Awards, The Anthem Awards is the largest and most comprehensive social impact award, accepting work across five areas of impact work including: Awareness & Media, Fundraising, Community Engagement, Product, Innovation & Service and Team & Leadership for seven causes: Diversity Equity & Inclusion, Education Art & Culture, Health, Human & Civil Rights, Humanitarian Action & Services, Responsible Technology, and Sustainability Climate & Environment.