Raymi Faria (she/her) serves as the health and food security administrative coordinator supporting the program teams with project management, logistics coordination, and event planning.
Prior to joining Stupski Foundation in 2022, Raymi served in education for more than 10 years working in various roles at public and private K–12 schools in San Francisco and her hometown Honolulu. Recognized for her data-driven school counseling practices and track record for building high-impact college and career programs, Raymi joined Hawaiʻi P-20, where she managed statewide initiatives for low-income high schools to increase college access, promote college and career development, and bolster the role of school counselors.
Passionate about community health and well-being, Raymi pivoted from education to help transform communities across Hawaiʻi into healthier environments with Blue Zones Project, where she led community engagement, events, and marketing.
Raymi holds a Master of Arts in counseling psychology with an emphasis in school counseling from the University of San Francisco as well as a Bachelor of Arts in educational psychology and a minor in music from the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa.
A mother of three, Raymi is an advocate for maternal mental health and supports mothers and families as a peer leader. She enjoys tackling home and garden projects, cooking for her family and new mamas, practicing yoga, and being outdoors in nature with her keiki.