Ph.D., Walden University; M.A., University of Central Florida; B.A. Wayne State University
Societal and systems research; at-risk students and co-taught exceptional education; student retention in secondary and postsecondary institutions; response to intervention (RTI); educational and sociocultural policy; corporate coaching; program management and assessment
Dr. Henry is a Walden graduate who has firsthand experience completing KAMs. Currently, she mentors students in the General Program, as well as the Self-Designed and K–12 Educational Leadership specializations. She also coaches secondary school faculty members working with at-risk and potential dropout students through implementing RTI strategies. She has been globally recognized for her online and on-site project management training workshops, and she consults for corporate e-learning programs. She is co-authoring a systems thinking study to be presented at the American Educational Research Association’s 2010 conference and is a contributing researcher for a federal research initiative grant investigating the use of educational federal stimulus funds.