Bronwyn Mauldin oversees a Research and Evaluation team that utilizes data and social science methods to improve the LA County Department of Arts & Culture's work to increase equity and inclusion through the arts. Bronwyn has spent her career conducting applied research and evaluation for nonprofits, philanthropies and government. She also teaches research methods to master's students in the arts administration program at Claremont Graduate University. Across her career in public service, Bronwyn has evaluated farmworker programs in California’s Central Valley, studied employment conditions for truck drivers in the Pacific Northwest, analyzed apprenticeship opportunities in the healthcare industry, and researched villager organizing in rural northeast Thailand. A writer and zine maker, she has been an artist in residence at Mesa Verde National Park in Colorado, Denali National Park in Alaska, and Kulturni Centar Rex in Belgrade, Serbia.