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In Their Honor

Qwynn Galloway-Salazar

A Veteran's military experience can influence how they approach the end of life. Let us honor them and create a sacred space where we offer compassionate care that truly makes a difference for Veterans and their families.


Welcome to In Their Honor

Meet Qwynn


Dr. Qwynn Galloway-Salazar is an End-of-Life Doula, Death Educator, and Oral History Practitioner. Recently named "Woman Veteran of the Year" in Georgia, Qwynn's work has spanned over the last two decades. You can always find her focusing on local, state, and national initiatives enhancing the quality of life and well-being of our Nation's Military and Veteran communities. Previously, Qwynn served as the Co-Director of the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration's (SAMHSA) Service Members, Veterans, and their Families Technical Assistance Center.

As the Founder of In Their Honor, Qwynn works with communities and organizations supporting Veterans and their Caregivers through the end of life. She is recognized as a thought leader in the space of end-of-life care for the Veterans community. Most recently, her work was featured by the International End of Life Doula Association, End of Life University, the International Doulagivers Institute, the PsychArmor Institute, and the Elizabeth Dole Foundation. She delivers keynotes, workshops, and technical assistance to equip organizations and communities to design and implement programming to Support, Empower, and Respect Veterans through the End (S.E.R.V.E.).


Qwynn earned her Ph.D. from Walden University, specializing in Industrial and Organizational Psychology. She currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Minority Veterans of America and the American Association of Suicidology. Qwynn also serves on the Advisory Board of the Veterans Studies Association. Additionally, she is the Co-Principal Investigator for the City University of New York's Brooklyn College: Veterans History Project. Her research interests also include women veteran narratives, suicide prevention, and end-of-life care for Veterans from the lens of the compassionate communities approach.

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In Their Honor works with End of Life professionals and organizations to develop and implement training and technical assistance programming aimed at improving services provided to Veterans and their families. In Their Honor was created to help meet the growing demand for Veteran-centric care. 

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Designing trauma-informed programs

Providing suicide prevention trainings

Raising awareness of compassion fatigue and vicarious and secondary trauma

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Implementing strategic plans for developing Veteran-centric initiatives

Sustaining recruitment and retention strategies for Veteran volunteers

Developing and facilitating workshops for hospice and palliative care organizations to help increase awareness related to the needs of the Veteran community

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Mentoring and supporting end-of-life doulas

Delivering community death education workshops

Giving inspirational and motivational presentations

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