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In September 2017, atop beautiful Petit Jean Mountain, the Winthrop Rockefeller Foundation (WRF) boldly asked more than 100 of its partners an important question: “What will Arkansas look like in the future if each of us do our part to improve the lives of all Arkansans?” WRF was in the midst of its Reflection, Analysis, and Planning (RAP) process, and it was time for Board and staff members to hear directly from the Foundation’s network and share what they had learned about Asset Framing and Futurism as powerful tools for change. 



Over the course of the day, the Foundation and its partners framed, processed, and envisioned a better future for Arkansans. WRF’s Board members immediately put what they learned to use the next day as they started the strategic planning process, charting the course for change in Arkansas.



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In September 2017, atop beautiful Petit Jean Mountain, the Winthrop Rockefeller Foundation boldly asked more than 100 of its partners an important question: “What will Arkansas look like in the ...