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In Their Honor is a woman of color veteran-owned consulting firm founded in 2021 by Dr. Qwynn Galloway-Salazar. She has delivered keynotes, workshops, and webinars intending to equip communities and organizations to use social innovative practices in caring for Veteran connected families through the end-of-life.

ITH is committed to sharing knowledge, experience, and wisdom, while utilizing the power of storytelling to inspire others.

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Cultivate compassionate communities by raising awareness, engaging communities, and providing education to re-imagine care for Veterans and their loved ones through the end of life.









In Their Honor believes that collectively we all have a role in supporting those who served through the end of life. ITH is working to create ripple effects all throughout the Nation, ensuring compassionate communities are standing in the wings to S.E.R.V.E.

In Their Honor Seeks to:



  • Aging in place

  • End of life care

  • Caregiver & loved ones supports


Engage & Empower Communities

  • Re-imagining end of life care

  • Establishing a compassionate community initiative

  • Becoming agents of social change through volunteerism


Provide Education & Training

  • Death education for veteran communities

  • End of life doulas

  • Partnering with hospice and palliative care organizations


I'm Doc Q.

As an Army Veteran and spouse to a retired combat Veteran, I understand how military service can impact one’s life journey.


With work spanning over two decades in Military and Veteran communities, I have been recognized as a thought leader in this space.


Starting In Their Honor began as a passion project to accompany Veterans through the end of life in my community. Before long, this passion project took on a life of its own, allowing me to expand my scope, raise awareness, and provide communities with the tools to care for Veterans and their loved ones.

Using the Compassionate Communities framework, I serve as a “guide on the side,” collaborating with communities and organizations determined to raise the bar to serve all those who have served through the end of life.


Since founding ITH, I have partnered with:

  • International End of Life Doula Association

  • End of Life University

  • International Doulagivers Institute

  • PsychArmor Institute

  • National End of Life Doula Alliance

  • Elizabeth Dole Foundation

  • and more!

Qwynn aka Doc Q sitting on the edge of her desk next to a computer monitor. She is wearing a black turtle neck with quarter length sleeves and jeans. There is a pin on her shirt of a purple forget me not representing women of valor. Her hair is styled in a defined natural afro. She is also wearing glasses, dangling hoop earrings, a silver bracelet, and a wedding ring.
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