Eunique Yazzie is Diné (Navajo) from Canyon de Chelly, Arizona and has been in the design industry for 18+ years. She is Naaneesht’ézhi Táchii’nii born for Mą ’íí deeshgíízhíníí. Her maternal grandfather is Tódích’íi’nii and her paternal grandfather is Kinyaa’áanii. She lives in Phoenix, AZ with her 13 year old son running a small design business, euniQue LLC. If art imitates life, Eunique’s palette is one that breathes new life and purpose into the arts and culture community; she is a poet and storyteller with the Mujeres Del Sol collective; on the board of Roosevelt Row; a working artist, muralist and illustrator; and founder of the IndigeDesign Collab. She has worked with the Obama Foundation, The Colorado Plateau Foundation, Native Americans Business Incubator Network, Change Labs, and Performance in the Borderlands as a workshop or arts curator.