Eunice Stime

 

Eunice Stime

Eunice Stime is one of RenegAID™’s Incorporating Board members and is currently serving as President of the Board.  She is co-creator of the Disaster Quilt™ Project and creator of the Children’s Blanket Label Healing Project.

During the early days after Hurricane Katrina, Stime drove to the Gulf as an independent volunteer, providing innovative approaches to psychological needs including converting her SUV into a mobile kiosk of information and using a mobile coffee shop approach in the morning and mobile popsicle shop in the afternoon to reach and assess individuals cut off by the storm.  She has experience working beside Non-Governmental Organizations like Ox-Fam, Hands-On, International Relief and Development, Islamic Relief, and CAN-DO through the East Biloxi Coordination and Relief Center and she is a supporter of Emergency Communities.

Stime has an RN Diploma in Nursing from Alexandria Hospital School of Nursing in Alexandria, Virginia and has done additional undergraduate work at Washington State University and Lutheran Bible Institute (now Trinity Lutheran College).  She has nursing experience (RN) in public, private and mission work (Ecuador, 5 trips to post- Katrina Mississippi and Louisiana, Indonesia).

In 1983 Eunice was part of the project Helping Ourselves Means Education (the project developer received the Presidential Award for Volunteerism in Education from President Reagan).  Stime has also been a licensed real estate agent and was the 2007 Whitman County (Washington) Association of Realtors® President.  She is a past Chair of their Grievance/Professional Standards Committee and was the recipient of the Association’s President’s and Humanitarian Awards in 2005.  

Representing RenegAID, Stime is a member of the Chambers of Commerce in Pullman and Palouse, Washington and she is a member of the Chamber’s Government Affairs Committee in Pullman.  And representing RenegAID, she is also a member of Global Washington's Global Classroom Task Force Committee (K-20).

After serving a one year term of national service as an AmeriCorps*VISTA in Academic Service-Learning at a Spokane, Washington community college, Eunice now works part-time as an Academic Service-Learning Program Coordinator and also works part-time as a Nurse Site Review Consultant.