Resilience Academy

The Rockefeller Foundation has been working with HR&A Associates to develop a workshop-based Resilience Academy that they have offered to local governments in the United States. The Academy brings together mulit-disciplinary teams of stakeholders from a local city to participate in a series of workshops to better understand resilience concepts, analyze resilience needs in their city and apply design-thinking to identify local resilience solutions.

The Rockefeller Foundation is now looking to expand the model globally.

The Resilience Academy: A Model for Implementing Resilience

The Resilience Academy: A Model for Implementing Resilience

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