Henry brings to RSC a rich background in environmental education and a passion for fostering sustainable communities. With a Bachelor's degree in Environmental Studies from Macalester College and a master's degree in Natural Sciences and Environmental Education from Hamline University, Henry has honed his expertise in the field, combining a strong academic foundation with hands-on experience teaching all ages.
In past jobs, Henry specialized in developing and overseeing teacher training programs aimed at nurturing the next generation of educational leaders, primarily at the graduate level. He is passionate about place-based education and its ability to transform both individual lives and communities.
Originally from Madison, Wisconsin, Henry spent the last six years loving rural life in beautiful and historic Lanesboro, Minnesota. He has always held a deep appreciation for nature and outdoor activities, and is happiest outside whether hiking, paddling, birdwatching, doing yard work, or engaging in conservation efforts throughout the Driftless area.
Now working from a new home in Mineral Point, Wisconsin, connect with Henry as he drinks good coffee, attempts to negotiate which cat gets the primary lap spot, and works passionately for the advancement of rural educators everywhere.