Rebecca Mills: Build Back Better
Recovery decisions we make now may shape our society for many years to come.
It is from this position that Rebecca Mills, of The Lever Room, has developed Build Back Better a non-partisan Recovery Framework, as a practical contribution to those currently making decisions and spending resources understanding how to best build back better. The process of developing this Framework was aided by The Lever Room’s ability to rapidly convene some of the best global and national thinkers and leaders across academia, impact strategy and investment, science and technology, wellbeing and public health, government, global business and philanthropy.
As a Director, Entrepreneur and Strategist, Rebecca Mills has dedicated two decades to tackling some of New Zealand’s and the world’s toughest social, environmental and economic challenges. In producing this recovery framework it was her intention to ultimately contribute into the process of creating a healthier, more resilient and prosperous society for all New Zealanders.
Build Back Better has been warmly welcomed by both the private and public sectors as a framework to help move New Zealand from response to recovery and then resilience.
Do you agree with these decision making Principles for Optimised Recovery?
There has been an abundance of interest and feedback to the discussion paper, with many confirming the ‘Principles for Optimised Recovery’ are already guiding thinking, thoughtful conversations and investment approaches to ensure we maximise the positive outcomes for our society, environment and economy.
If you would like to play a part in helping to building New Zealand’s ‘Impact Economy Ecosystem’ (as described on page 13 of the Framework) the Lever Room would love to hear from you! They welcome ongoing contributions and collaborations, as we work together towards recovery and resilience for New Zealand. Contact them here.
To read more about Build Back Better, you can find the link for the report here.