Introduces institutions, values, and the political perspectives influencing and structuring the well-being of people.
Meet the Professor
Dr. Quinn-Lee has spent over 10 years as a clinical social worker in the areas of grief, loss, and end-of-life care, especially related to children's grief. She has worked as both a hospice social worker and grief therapist. She has always felt honored and privileged to have the opportunity to work with people during their difficult times in life. Dr. Quinn-Lee has given many presentations about grief and loss and is passionate about the field. Prior to coming to UW - Eau Claire, she spent most of her social work and teaching career working in the Twin Cities.
In her free time, Dr. Quinn-Lee enjoys spending time with her family, reading, hiking, traveling (especially near the ocean), running, listening to music, attending orchestra concerts, going to museums and listening to National Public Radio.