Henry is an emergency management professional with a background in regional capability building across multiple public safety and emergency response disciplines. He has partnered with local and state governments, federal and military partners, and well-known national companies to address the threat of terrorism in the National Capital Region. Henry has implemented large-scale, federally funded projects related to improving organizational and regional threat and hazard preparedness, as well as developed policies, plans, and procedures to ensure continuity of operations for both public sector and private sector stakeholders. Prior to serving in the emergency management and homeland security field, Henry served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Mali, West Africa, where he managed multiple public health programs, including childhood vaccinations and malnutrition monitoring. He holds a Master’s in Public Administration with a focus in Emergency Management and Homeland Security from the Schar School at George Mason University.
My favorite quote: “You are entitled to your own opinion. But you are not entitled to your own facts.”
Where I find inspiration: Outside, in nature. It always amazes me how big a tree will grow from such a small seed.
The characteristic I appreciate most in my co-workers: The desire to understand one another beyond our professional personalities and responsibilities.
One thing most people don’t know about me: I went to culinary school and am trained in classical French cuisine. The more butter and salt, the better!