Larissa Kunynskyj is a program manager at the Eppley Institute for Parks and Public Lands, one of seven centers at the Indiana Institute on Disability and Community at Indiana University, Indiana’s University Center for Excellence on Disabilities.
Kunynskyj joined the Eppley team as a project manager in 2021 with a background in accessibility and the cultural arts. Her current work focuses mostly on training and education initiatives often with an emphasis on accessibility and inclusion. She believes all people have the right to experience the beauty and wonder of the great outdoors and strives to create inclusive parks and recreational environments that reach beyond a basic level of compliance.
Kunynskyj holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Anthropology from St. John’s University and a Master’s Degree in Comparative Art and Archaeology from University College London.
I strive towards creating environments that value the importance of prioritizing inclusion, diversity, equity and accessibility in all aspects of life.
- Accessibility and Inclusion in Relation to Intersectionality
- Archaeology and Cultural Resource Management
- Disability Advocacy in Arts and Culture
- Inclusive Employment and Workplaces