Principal , The Destination Design School
Euneika is the founder of several organizations and initiatives in the fields of art, conservation, culture, and design education. A 2016 Loeb Fellow at Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design, she collaborates internationally in the design and planning of local living agricultural economies. Prior to her fellowship at Harvard, she founded Sustainable Rural Regenerative Enterprises for Families (SURREF) in Stone Mountain, Georgia. SURREF is a social enterprise development initiative that enables families in rural communities across the Black Belt to start businesses providing other local families products that are made to be low cost, affordable, and from locally sourced materials. She created CRE (Community Regeneration Education) which has trained local leaders from 7 states to bring new perspectives into community building spaces benefiting more than 10,000 students and adult learners in different contexts.