Center for Leadership and Public Policy

 

Your Needs and Our Resources 

CLPP Icon♦ Helping counties, cities, towns, and school districts create, maintain, and redraw their political subdivisions using our Maptitude for Redistricting software.

♦ Helping government agencies and businesses conduct public opinion research and needs assessment surveys.

♦ Providing state-of-the-art conferencing facilities for meetings and training in our Downtown Montgomery office.

♦ Making high-definition demographic and political maps available at the state, county, and city/town levels.

♦ Providing advanced census and demographic research services as an affiliate of the Alabama State Data Center, 

♦ Publishing guides to Alabama's elected officials annually and making them available for immediate download.

♦ Providing access to the ASU Campus Map which is updated annually.

Contact Myles Mayberry at mmayberry@alasu.edu or call (334) 229-6024. We have a talented and enthusiastic staff ready to help.

Our Mission 

The Center for Leadership and Public Policy works to improve the overall socioeconomic status of the citizens of Alabama and its neighbors by promoting greater cooperation and enhancing communication between academia and the community. The Center aggressively seeks opportunities to assist the private sector and government agencies in improving the lives of Alabama's citizens. In addition, the Center is an affiliate of the Alabama State Data Center and houses both historical and perspective Census information. The program's purpose is to improve access to and facilitate use of Census Bureau products and services by Alabama's residents, business people and state and local government agencies and employees. The Center is committed to helping governmental decision makers and others increase their knowledge and understanding of key public policy issues confronting the state of Alabama. To that end, we have commissioned a number of highly qualified scholars to produce in depth studies in their areas of expertise.

 

Other Programs 

The Center sponsors a number of programs and projects that make a difference in the community, including the Counties in Crisis: Assessing Quality of Life in Alabama and other significant reports and studies, demographic surveys, demographic and political maps for purchase, Guides to Alabama's Elected Officials, Bridge Builders Breakfast series, Korea Study Abroad Program, High School Math & Computing Olympiad and more.

Among the Center's past and current clients:

  • Alabama Department of Senior Services
  • Montgomery Area Community Action Committee
  • Montgomery Area Mental Health Authority
  • Macon Russell Community Action Agency, Inc.
  • Gift of Life Foundation, Inc.
  • Alabama Administrative Office of Courts
  • Alabama Department of Public Health HIV/AIDS Division
  • Alabama Department of Public Health - Bureau of Family Health Services Division
  • Alabama Development Office 
  • Autauga County Commission
  • Federal Highway Administration 
  • Montgomery County Commission
  • Montgomery County School Board
  • Alabama State Department of Education
  • Elmore County Commission

 

Upcoming Events 

High School Math and Computing Olympiad- Spring 2020