Joann Farrell Quinn, PhD, MBA is an associate professor at the University of South Florida where she is the Director of SELECT Competency Assessment in the Morsani College of Medicine, and Academic Director of the TGH-USF People Development Institute through the Muma College of Business.
Dr. Quinn’s research and teaching focuses on emotional and social competencies, leadership, and coaching. Dr. Quinn is active in medical education leadership and was the founding convener of a national special interest group, Innovation and Leadership in Medical Education, within the American Association of Medical Colleges Southern Group on Educational Affairs (AAMC SGEA). Prior to pursuing her PhD, Dr. Quinn worked domestically and internationally in the capital markets and investment management industry for a decade and is a past president of the Security Traders Association of Florida.
Dr. Quinn earned a PhD from the Weatherhead School of Management at Case Western Reserve University, MBA from the Whitman School of Management at Syracuse University, BA from the University of Rochester.
Dr. Quinn is also a Pilates junkie, lover of good (great) wine and food, wife to Harold (“Q”), and mother to one human child (Ean, currently 9), three rescue dogs (all under 7 pounds), and two rescue cats (much larger than 7 pounds), and caregiver to two stray cats.