Henry is an Research Manager with the New York team and has played a central role in conducting global corporate reputation research, message testing studies, crisis monitoring platforms, and brand bench-marking research for clients across a myriad of sectors including public affairs, financial services, higher education, energy, creative tech, food and beverage, and more.
Prior to joining Edelman, Henry worked with the Planning Data team at the City of Cambridge Community Development Department, where he leveraged public data sources to analyze city-wide journey-to-work trends to inform local transportation policy initiatives.
Henry graduated Summa Cum Laude from Emerson College with a BSc. in Political Communication. A dual US-Canadian citizen, Henry has received acknowledgment for his research contributions to “Digital Constituent Outreach and Engagement in Linguistically Divided Societies: Making Sense of the Canadian Case” (V. Raynauld and E. Richez, 2016), an assessment of the role and effects of language in Canadian constituent communications across digital and social media platforms.