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People and Culture

About OneMacomb

Purpose, Vision, Mission and Objectives

Purpose - The Purpose of OneMacomb is to support Macomb County leaders in active, positive and affirmative response to its increasing cultural diversity and inclusion efforts.

Vision - OneMacomb Vision is a community that welcomes all people and celebrates their unique contributions.

Mission - OneMacomb's Mission is to facilitate or support collaborative and community-based activities which celebrate  the arts, cultural diversity and inclusion in Macomb County.

Objectives - OneMacomb carries out its mission by working to accomplish three key Objectives:

  1. Promote multiculturalism and inclusiveness as key reasons why Macomb County is one of Michigan's best places to live, work, and play.
  2. Strengthen Macomb County's economy by supporting the County's multicultural entrepreneurs and by bringing internationally-based businesses into the County.
  3. Identify and implement multiculturalism and inclusiveness "best practices" in Macomb County.


Welcoming Macomb

Macomb County has joined a dynamic initiative called Welcoming Counties and Cities through a collaborative called Welcoming Michigan.

The initiative signals the growing importance of an innovative and proactive role for Macomb County and the growing recognition of immigrants as assets in the community.

Macomb County Executive Mark A. Hackel said communities that proactively welcome immigrants and take steps to ensure their successful integration will help Macomb County be strategically positioned as a globally competitive leader.

"By joining Welcoming Counties, we will be able to share practices with others that support economic development and help create vibrant global communities that are great places to live, work, play and do business," said Executive Hackel.