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Ph.D. Student Profile


Eunhye Kim

MSW, University of Georgia, 2008
BA, Social Work, Sunmoon University, South Korea, 2004

Eunhye Kim’s research interests include mental health disparities among ethnic minorities and elderly immigrants, NGO management, international social work, and qualitative research. Since graduating with a Master’s degree in Social Work, Kim worked as a hospice social worker in Atlanta, Georgia and as a program coordinator and manager at the Korean National Council on Social Welfare in South Korea. Her work experience includes end-of-life care, bereavement counseling, volunteer training, transferring community service center models for older adults to developing countries, and the evaluation and management of various types of social service agencies.

CV available on request; email