Mobile United is Mobile’s “problem-solver.” We were established in 1972 by a cross-section of diverse citizens seeking “an organized way to deal with and resolve community issues and a means of focusing citizens’ efforts to make Mobile a better place to live.” Now in our 46th year, we continue to creatively and collaboratively address the issues that face our community in an effort to improve the quality of life for all citizens.
We accomplish that mission by identifying, developing and engaging servant leaders in collaborative work for the betterment of our community. The collaborative piece comes through our standing committees, which continue to make a difference in the issues that matter to all of us.
We hold monthly General Membership meetings to educate members on various community topics and programs. The focus for the 2018 General Membership meetings is education, beginning with Universal Pre-K and ending with workforce development.
Membership is open to anyone interested in joining a team of engaged and interested citizens working together for the betterment of our community. Join today!
Please explore this site to learn more about our committees,leadership programs and accomplishments.
The mission of Leadership Mobile is to seek, train and empower leaders who are committed to supporting and leading community growth and progress through networking and collaborative problem solving.
Connect Mobile’s mission is to identify and cultivate young leaders, ages 21-35, in the Mobile Bay area. The program is an extension of Mobile United’s mission to identify and train a network of leaders who work towards leveraging collective impact for the greater good.
Youth Leadership Mobile is a program that identifies and empowers rising high school sophomores, juniors and seniors from diverse backgrounds and schools in Mobile County and who have the potential and interest in becoming trustees of their community. During the nine-month program the participants will expand their leadership skills, will be introduced to issues and opportunities in the community and will learn how their leadership abilities can best fit those needs through the lens of servant leadership.
Mar 10, 2018
Mobile United and other local groups to host the 5th Crepe Myrtle Trail Bicycle Ride along Mobile Bay. WHEN: Saturday, April 7, 2018; 8:00 a.m. registration; 8:30 a.m. ride; WHERE: Starts at Arlington Park, 1814 15th Street South, Mobile COST: $10 riders 13 and up until April 5th at midnight; $15 day-of; Riders 8-12 are […]
Jan 29, 2018
As your new Executive Director, I am thrilled to join this dynamic family and excited about the coming year. New projects and new people are on our radar. There’s a lot to do. Steve Jobs said that if you do something and it turns out pretty good, you should go do something else wonderful but […]