Euan Black (they/he)

Senior Social Innovator: Organisational Development Lead

Working on Kaurna Land

At TACSI, Euan combines three of their passions — design, networks and social justice — to find better ways of working together to create real change. For him, the best part of the job is connecting the deep wisdom of people with lived experience with other rich evidence, and using the insights that emerge to imagine new possibilities for people and systems.

Empathetic yet strategic, Euan naturally thinks in systems, and uses that ability to help other people build their own systems awareness and practice. Never one to rest on their laurels, Euan loves leaning into the discomfort of being a beginner, and strives to learn about the world through the eyes of others.

A recent highlight is his work alongside regional communities through the Our Town initiative in South Australia. The strength and capacity that the community teams demonstrate in deeply understanding and rigorously responding to their own community challenges is a beacon of what's possible in place-based, community-led work.

A design and pop music enthusiast, Euan is passionate about good typography and perfectly produced Scandinavian pop.

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Bachelor of Design (Honours) in Graphic Design

Euan's Message Stick

*A message stick is a public form of graphic communication first used by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island Peoples. The objects were carried by messengers over long distances and were used to support a verbal message.

Euan's Message Stick

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