Dallas has devoted her life to protecting and exposing the atrocities
that took place in the 20th Century through the vehicle of her book,
One Woman, Five Lives, Five Countries. She is trying to reach
as many people as possible with her story and hopes to spread it to
the public in the form of a motion picture.
For many years Eugenia has been working as an activist, an author
and a fine artist. She has taken part in many organizations and events
that work to help the people of Ukraine. In particular, she is a relief
aid manager for humanitarian aid to Ukraine.
Early in her life, Eugenia went from working in the Nazi concentration
camps to living the lavish life of a model. By age five she had lost
her parents and was forced to beg on the streets for bread. She, along
with all of Ukraine, suffered from 1932 until the end of WWII. At
the end of the war, Eugenia managed to escape to Italy where her life
changed drastically. She became a showgirl and a fashion model. Eugenia
worked as a fashion model in Italy, Switzerland and the United States.
In the US, she modeled for Neiman Marcus in Dallas, TX and Saks Fifth
Avenue in Beverly Hills.
Since Eugenia has lived all over the world, she has been forced to
learn many different languages. She is fluent in Ukrainian, Russian,
German, French, Italian and English.