Eli, Creative Experience Officer
After graduating from high school in Austin, Eli attended Scripps College in California, where she founded Challah for Hunger. In his 2007 book, Giving: How Each of Us Can Change the World, President Bill Clinton praised Eli for being an example of compelling giving. Challah for Hunger now boasts chapters at nearly 80 colleges, and although she’s no longer on staff, her proudest accomplishment is its endurance and strength.
Eli has no formal art background but has always loved making things. She started CRAFT in 2013 after coming to the conclusion that if she was going to accumulate an excessive amount of art supplies, she might as well share.
Ro’ya joined CRAFT after sending an email from Cairo, Egypt to say “love what you’re doing with the art studio and want to learn more.” Ro’ya has taught graphic design on the college level. She loves experimenting with art and making the CRAFT experience available to others.
call or text! (512) 900-9957
916 Springdale – in the back, by the purple sculpture!
Austin, TX 78702