Henry brings an entrepreneurial approach to macro level social work building strong partnerships in the community and connecting IINE clients to pathways of opportunity.
Henry has worked with at-risk youth and families for over 20 years. As a clinical foster care social worker Henry specialized in a unique blend of Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Outdoor Adventure-Based Learning techniques helping to create positive experiences and life skills for youth in crisis.
Working for the Annie E. Casey Foundation Henry was the Director of the Franklin Family Resource Center, located in each of the city’s schools. The centers ran year round providing K-12 afterschool programing and provided families and individuals with mental health counseling, financial education workshops and connected people to supports and resources in the community.
Eight years prior to coming to IINE Henry was the Client Services Director for Southern New Hampshire Services / Community Action and worked to create a strong referral network of community partnerships across Hillsborough & Rockingham Counties that help support and empower low-income families to thrive.
Henry holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Rivier University and a Masters in Social Work from the University of New Hampshire. Henry lives in Manchester with his wife and son.