U.S. President Ronald Reagan presents Special Olympics athletes with awards during a ceremony at the White House in 1984. Learn more about the Global Leaders.
Eunice's son and Special Olympics Chairman, Tim Shriver, Special Olympics athlete Loretta Claiborne, Eunice, and U.S. Secretary of Commerce Ron Brown attend the first Special Olympics marathon, held on the last day of the 1995 World Games in New Haven, Connecticut. Learn more about the Global Leaders.
Marta Larraechea de Fre, former First Lady of Chile, Eunice, and Mr. Eduardo Frei, former President of Chile, at the 1998 Summit of Spouses of Heads of State of the Americas in Santiago, Chile. Learn more about the Global Leaders.
Eunice attends the 8th Conference of the Spouses of Heads of State and Government of the Americas in Santiago, Chile in 1998. Pictured with Eunice are Ruth Epsey Romero, spouse of Ambassador and Special Olympics Board Member Peter Romero; First Lady of Honduras, Mary Flake de Flores; and President of Special Olympics Honduras, Ana Maria Canales. Learn more about the Global Leaders.
U.S. President Gerald Ford and his wife, Betty, (center) pose with Eunice and other luminaries during the world premiere of the movie "Funny Lady." McCallum in Blue Link. Learn more about the Global Leaders.
Eunice is greeted by Nelson Mandela and President Mary McAleese of Ireland during the Opening Ceremonies of the 2003 Special Olympics World Summer Games in Dublin, Ireland. Learn more about the Global Leaders.
Pope John Paul II congratulates a Special Olympics athlete who was visiting the Vatican in 2003. Learn more about the Global Leaders.
His Imperial Highness Crown Prince Naruhito of Japan joins Eunice as they watch the Parade of Athletes during the 2005 Special Olympics World Winter Games in Nagano, Japan. Learn more about the Global Leaders.
President Hu Jintao of the Peoples Republic of China greets Special Olympics athlete Jia Surai while Special Olympics Chairman Tim Shriver and Eunice look on. Learn more about the Global Leaders.
"If you get to th ehead, you get to the heart." Eunice recruited the support of the world's most influential leaders for the Special Olympics movement.