Eunice Wong RPP, MCIP
Urban Designer and Planner, Toronto
Eunice is an award-winning urban designer and planner in the firm’s Ontario studio. Drawing on backgrounds in urban and graphic design, they bring a deep understanding of authentic, accessible, and inspiring storytelling to the design of urban spaces. In all their work, from strategic policy planning to built-form testing and design guidelines, they seek opportunities for placemaking, placekeeping, and advancing equity in communities. They believe good design should be empowering and represent a “people first” philosophy, and they are passionate about intersections—in human identities, between planning and people, and literally the design of intersections.
Erika Eitland ScD, MPH
Co-Director, Human Experience (Hx) Lab, Boston
Erika is a public-health scientist and leads the firm’s research on the population-health impacts of our K–12 schools, affordable housing, and urban frameworks. She is a principal investigator on the development of the Public Repository to Engage Community and Enhance Design Equity (PRECEDE) tool, funded by a Transform Research Grant from the American Society of Interior Designers. She earned her doctorate in Environmental Health from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and a Master of Public Health in Climate and Health from Columbia University. In March 2023, she joins the U.S. EPA’s Children’s Health Protection Advisory Committee.
Lauren Neefe PhD
Executive Producer, Atlanta
Lauren curates and produces storytelling for the firm’s Design Leadership and Research initiatives. From planning documents and history exhibits to essays about museums and memorials, her superpower is weaving terms of art into a compelling style and argument. She has a Ph.D. in English literature, specializing in Romanticism and media history, and an M.A. in poetry from the Writing Seminars at Johns Hopkins. She is an award-winning teacher, a veteran magazine and book editor, an art and music lover, an audiophile, and far more interested in descriptive than prescriptive grammar.
Dr. Erika Eitland
Dr. Lauren Neefe
Yanel de Angel
Friends of Inhabit
Interior Designer, Series 01 Co-Host
As an interior designer and materials specialist, Monica takes pride in crafting workplaces that support physical and emotional well-being. With a uniquely multidisciplinary background in consumer policy and biology, she adheres to a design process grounded in evidence, research, transparency, and integrity. She brings an expertise in sourcing and designing with healthier building products to every project and, through knowledge sharing, empowers project teams to optimize decision making around building products.
Creative Strategist, Series 01 Art Director
Anna is a writer and graphic designer. Her strength lies in the intertwining of photography, narrative, and graphics to tell impactful stories about design, and then optimizing those stories for web, social media, digital media, and awards programs. Her creative insights have helped teams get their work and ideas recognized in industry-leading outlets such as Fast Company and Architectural Record. Anna collaborated on strategic firmwide initiatives, including the firm’s COVID Insights and web-based toolkit Healthy Schools by Design.
Thank you to all our advisors and contributors for getting us to where we are today.
And thanks to Threaded Films for mixing and sound editing Series 01.