Etha J. Henry is President of the EJH Alliance, which provides consulting services in organizational development.
Previously she was the Vice President for Programs at The Community Foundation for Greater New Haven in New Haven, Connecticut, where she was responsible for overseeing the program area and its $10 million in grant distribution. At the Foundation, she successfully conceptualized and managed the implementation of the strategic planning process with the Board of Directors and staff to define the Foundation's broad focus areas within the context of the community-building strategy, and was also instrumental in the design of evaluation and capacity-building initiatives.
Ms. Henry has 20 years of experience in helping individuals achieve their potential, starting as a teacher in her native Antigua. She has previously served as Vice President at United Way in New York City and also held positions at the Hudson Guild Settlement House and Columbia University School of Social Work. She has served as an instructor at the Hunter Graduate School and The New School for Social Research in New York.
Ms. Henry holds a Masters of Science degree from Columbia University School of Social Work, a Bachelor of Arts degree from Queens College, and a certificate in marketing from Northwestern University.