Jeff Quinn is the national director of programs for Family Connects International, a program connecting families to community resources via nurse home visits. Quinn builds collaborations and partnerships with non-profit organizations, governmental agencies, and funders working in the early childhood fields. Previously, Quinn served as director of community alignment. Over the years, he has coordinated a number of projects at the Center for Child and Family Policy.
Quinn has also done a lot of research in the realm of fatherhood and fathers' unique impacts on child development.
Quinn received his undergraduate degree from Drury University in Springfield, Missouri, in May 2001, and in May 2010 he received his master's degree in public health from The Gillings School of Global Public Health at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where he focused his studies on health behavior and health education.
- M.P.H. The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill - 2010
- B.A. Drury University - 2001
Recent Publications (More Publications)
- Li, J., Quinn, J., Rico, C.L., Noguera, A.C., Silbajoris, C., Brown, J.D., & McDuffee, D. (2010) Developing a Health Care Intermediary-Delivered Intervention to Promote an Online Health Information Resource: Results from Formative Research Journal of Consumer Health on the Internet, 14, 369-381,