We the staff and students of BLIND, Incorporated want to extend our best wishes to Quinn Haberl as he starts another phase of his life. Next Tuesday, we will gather to celebrate Quinn’s work with BLIND, Incorporated and to congratulate him on his new endeavor.
Quinn was born in India, and was adopted by an American family when he was 2 years old. He spent most of his life in Wisconsin. He graduated from the Wisconsin School for the Blind and Visually Impaired in 2009. He then pursued his post-secondary education at the Minneapolis Community and Technical College where he obtained his Associate degree in Liberal Arts.
Quinn graduated from BLIND, Incorporated in August of 2012. He also was a buddy counselor for the month of July that same year. He was hired as Cane Travel Instructor two years later in 2014. Quinn obtained his National Orientation and Mobility Certification (NOMC) in March of 2016.
After over three years of dedicated service to BLIND, Incorporated, training many blind individuals to travel safely through all types of environments, Quinn has decided to become an independent Travel Instructor. We are sure that his passion for his work, and his commitment to helping the blind community will be a major factor in his success.
We wish Quinn the best of luck.