Partner Experiences

We are fortunate to receive feedback year-round from our partners and we’d love to hear yours! Tell us about your recent experiences or how we can continue to provide the best programming and resources to help you meet your mission. Below are event highlights and testimonials from some of our valued partners.

Partner Experiences, Perspectives, and Success Stories

Search our collection below to explore experiences from our existing RNPN partners, such as successful collaboration stories, recaps of past "mobilizing resilience" events, and recordings from our annual partnership forum sessions and quarterly phone calls.

The RNPN developed an interactive exhibit for the National Building Museum’s Big Build Community Day in October 2019. We engaged children and families about resilience and flood risk.

In 2018, FEMA’s Region 3 team and the Resilient Nation Partnership Network helped establish the Lackawanna County Flood Risk Coalition.

The Nature Conservancy was able to meet and learn from a diverse group of stakeholders with whom they don’t typically interact, helping them find collaboration opportunities and innovate in ways that improve disaster response and resilience across the country.
Through its vast network of partners, the RNPN was able to collaborate with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation by lining up thought leaders to participate at its esteemed Building Resilience through Private-Public Partnerships Conference.
This experience provides an excellent forum for diverse organizations to come together to inspire, share best practices, and collaborate.
Achieving resilience at a community level requires the engagement of multiple partners and disciplines who come together to share information and resources. Effective strategies like the implementation of modern building codes and emerging solutions like community resilience benchmarking can only be successful when we work together.

Learn about Pinellas County's experiences working with the Resilient Nation Partnership Network.

Last updated September 29, 2021