Henry was interested in pursuing a career in marine research until he began working as an EMT while attending Eckerd College. He went on to graduate summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa with degrees in biochemistry and philosophy. He then pursued a Master’s of Public Health from University College Dublin and worked as a Fulbright English Teaching Assistant in Nepal. While in Nepal, he coordinated with international and local partners to develop and run a motorcycle-mounted community emergency response team, and researched the team’s impact on health. He is currently a medical student at Harvard Medical School and is interested in emergency medicine, community health, the social determinants of health, and trauma-informed care.
Henry has tutored and taught for more than six years, and enjoys helping applicants to put together their most stunning applications. He looks forward to helping applicants draw the most meaning from each of their experiences and effectively demonstrate their true talent and passion for medicine. At Cambridge Coaching, Henry helps students to strategize their medical school applications in addition to supporting students in academic subjects such as biology and chemistry.
In his free time, Henry enjoys surfing (even in Boston!), spending time with loved ones, cooking, painting, climbing, and playing bass.