I work on the crossroads of design, branding, consumer research and product development. Occasionally, I buy shares of companies, whose industry I understand or work in. However, I take capitalism and its machinations with the necessary spoonful of quality Swedish stone salt.
B.A., Biology, Colby College, Waterville, ME, 1971
M.S., Marine Sciences, University of Massachusetts, Amherst MA, 1976
M.S., Experimental Statistics, University of Rhode Island, Kingston, RI, 1979
PhD, Biological Oceanography, University of Rhode Island, Kingston, RI, 1991
Henry is a biological oceanographer and statistician with expertise in ecological risk assessment. Research has involved developing and applying methods to distinguish between anthropogenic and natural changes in coastal ecosystems for use in integrated assessments of the joint effects in coastal receiving waters of anthropogenic changes in nutrient loading, regional climate variability, and potential consequences of regional climate change
I am a passionate energy efficiency and sustainability expert with over 25 years of successful experience in the energy and environmental services industry. I'm seeking to be a key part of a visionary company establishing itself as a leader in delivering its products and services along sustainable pathways that create long term competitive advantage. I’ve held leadership, management, business development, and consultative roles with a broad group of market participants including energy/advisory consulting firms, electric utilities, recycled product manufacturers, and environmental service firms.