Evone Butler
 
 
  

Evone Butler is a much sought-after speaker of the Gospel of Jesus Christ, counselor, and sign language instructor/interpreter. Ms. Butler retired from the Department of Mental Health in Washington, DC as the Director of Education and Staff Development for Saint Elizabeth's Hospital. She also served as Program Chairperson for the Medical and Professional Society at the DC hospital for four years.

Before accepting that position, Evone retired from the State of Michigan, Department of Mental Health where she worked in various capacities as an Interpreter for the Deaf, Mental Health Professional and Director of Education, after 25 years of outstanding service.  She recently retired as Program Director of Human Services at Baker College.

Mrs. Butner holds a Bachelor's degree in Family Life Education from Spring Arbor University and a Master's in Business Administration from the University of Phoenix.  She was awarded an Honorary Doctorate Degree in Humanities from the Waterfall Bible Institute.  Evone was an adjunct professor of William Tyndale College before it closed.  She currently is an adjunct professor at Spring Arbor University in the classroom and online for the School of Professional Studies.  

For the past 30 years, Mrs. Butler has been Deaf Ministry Coordinator for United Conference for Women, a Christian organization.  She is a member of Central Baptist Church where she serves as Deaf Ministry Coordinator.   

In both her private and professional life her priority is pleasing God. Evone was recently widowed after 50 years of marriage.