Deputy director, Resilience Hubs
Program Assistant and Coordinator
Deputy Director, Individual Resilience Initiative
Wed, Jul 15, 2020
Rebuild Florida CDBG – Mitigation General Planning Support Program Application: Countywide Resilient Hub Network Strategy
The Adrienne Arsht-Rockefeller Foundation Resilience Center is excited to propose the Countywide Resilient Hub Network Strategy for funding from the Rebuild Florida General Planning Support Program’s Community Development Block Grant - Mitigation (CDBG-MIT).
Thu, Jun 18, 2020
In Los Angeles, houseless individuals and grassroots advocates for the houseless are experiencing firsthand how the pandemic has exacerbated existing inequities and further stigmatized the houseless population, highlighting the need for community inclusion and resilience for all.
Blog by Andrea Snyder, Jacqueline Malaret
Wed, Jun 3, 2020
Amid COVID-19 and the movement for racial justice, the current generation of artists is spreading compassion and healing through their works: painting, sculpture, textiles, drawings, and design.
Mon, Jun 1, 2020
The perfect storm: Global pandemic, recession, and hurricanes – As these crises pile up, how do we build a resilient recovery?
Many Caribbean countries are in the crosshairs
Thu, May 21, 2020
When looking to build resilience, addressing vulnerability offers policymakers the best path forward to lessen the impact of future pandemics and other natural disasters.
Blog by David A. Wemer
Thu, May 14, 2020
In Oaxaca, Mexico, Cosa Buena has taken its relationship with local artists to a new level in the coronavirus pandemic, collaborating with them to implement sustainable handwashing stations that serve as artistic sustenance as well as a public health measure.
Thu, Apr 23, 2020
In response to India’s literal and economic pandemic, a collective made up of community groups and non-profits rapidly stepped in to help, transforming from a small environmental effort to a massive citizen’s movement in just a matter of days.
Thu, Apr 16, 2020
In Miami, Sedano’s Supermarket partnered with local restaurants to employ up to 400 furloughed employees impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Mon, Apr 13, 2020
The conventional wisdom holds that climate change is a problem for international organizations, big governments, and global corporations to solve. Only those major players can make a dent in global greenhouse gas emissions, the thinking goes, and only they can pool the necessary resources. Given the monumental scale of the coming climate crisis, anything short of such high-level mobilization seems inconsequential, even futile.