Mueller Neighborhood Association
The Mueller Neighborhood Association (MNA) is a non-profit, non-partisan, grassroots organization with a focus on building community. We do this through education, conversation, and gathering at monthly meetings and annual events, including the Egg Scramble, the 4th of July Parade & Festival, and Fall Fest.
The MNA Steering Committee (MNA SC) consists of residents who are annually elected to help their fellow members and to represent the neighborhood to outside entities, such as the Austin Neighborhood Council, Travis County, the City of Austin, etc. In addition, the MNA SC is tasked to pursue the 6 principles on which the neighborhood was founded.
2021 Steering Committee
Damaris Nicholson, Secretary
John Reese Thomas, Treasurer
John Wooding, Ex-Officio
Pat DiSanza, Vice Chair
Taylor Youngblood, Chair
Statement of Diversity and Inclusion
Building a Diverse and Inclusive Community
The Mueller Neighborhood Association (MNA) strives for diversity and inclusion for all members of our community -- residents and visitors alike. We will foster a community that respects the unique attributes and perspectives that make each of us who we are. The MNA is committed to building and maintaining an intentionally welcoming, affirming, and safe neighborhood for everyone -- especially those who have previously been denied opportunities to fully participate in our community -- including people of any age, ethnicity, education level, gender, gender identity, homeownership status, immigration status, language, nationality, parental status, physical, mental and developmental abilities, political affiliation, race, religion, sexual orientation, shape or size, skin color, and socioeconomic status. By valuing our diversity and developing a purposefully inclusive environment, Mueller can achieve a higher level of connectedness while preserving the best that each of us has to offer.