Mrs. Christina M. Eve 1.  Retired Educator 2. Very active at her church, Ebenezer United Methodist 3.  Likes to read, write, and do volunteer work 4.  Has worked with high-risk students, tutored, and assisted the elderly 5.  First Black administrator in an all white school - Treasure Island Elementary in Miami Beach, Florida 6.  Received recognition from two governors of Florida:  Bob Graham and Lawton Chiles 7.  Honored as Citizen of the Day in local papers and radio stations 8.  Listed in Who's Who in Education 9.  Listed in Who's Who in Black America 10.  Elected Valiant Woman at Ebenezer United Methodist Church 11.  Taught at Liberty City Elementary in 1939 12.  Taught at R.R. Moton Elementary in Perrine 13.  Was District Reading Teacher, chaired the Reading Mobile Unit 14.  Was principal of Pine Villa Elementary 15.  Received the Lifetime Achievement Award  from the King of Clubs of Greater Miami 16.  Chosen to open the only Solar Energy School in the Southeast 17.  Integrated Dade County Public Schools on the Administrative Level 18.  Founder and first president of the Egeiloc Civic and Social Club, Inc. (Presents 11th grade male students to the community and gives scholarships) 19.  Chairperson for the Illiteracy Committee of Retired Teachers Association 20.  Nominated for 1990 Florida Area - Soror of the Year Award by Gamma Delta Chapter 21.  Nominated for the Whitney M. Young Humanitarian Award 22.  Recognized by the Black Archives for over 50 years as a member of Ebenezer Methodist Church 23.  Opened and was principal of Gloria Floyd Elementary 24.  Received her B.A. Degree at Shaw University, in Raleigh, N.C. 25.  Received her Master's Degree at New York University 26.  Pursued Advanced Studies as Barry University and Florida Atlantic University