Dr. Henry provides mentoring services, motivational speaking, recruiting for college athletes, and courses on cultural proficiency & cultural relativism to increase organizational diversity, equity and inclusivity.
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Presentations, Workshops and Keynote Speaking
Dr. Henry offers inspiring messages to organizations and institutions looking to rejuvenate their staff.
Change 101: Race & Diversity Presentation for People Seeking Change
While diversity is not a new topic, race relations for the past 2 years in America has become a daily talking point in professional and personal settings. Many microaggressions are often rooted in stereotypes learned from American media and the education system that teaches one to develop a monolithic view of people. This course is designed to help increase cultural proficiency, and relativism. Course participants will be introduced to the 4 main subcultures within the Black community in America and topics that have serious impacts on the lives of Black students. In addition, attendees will take away tips for how to enhance cultural awareness and tolerance that can lead to creating a more inclusive and culturally proficient community.
This course is offered to small business, corporations, educational institutions, public service departments and community members.
Dr. Henry provides one-on-one and group mentoring services for high school students and young adults.
Recruitment Assistance for College Football Players
In addition to his book, "College Debunked," Dr. Henry provide recruitment and academic assistance for football players. Dr. Henry's services are for those who want to learn how to earn a football scholarship and succeed as a student-athlete at a post secondary institution.
Regis Diverse Educators Program
The Regis College Diverse Educator (RDE) Scholarship is a full-tuition, four-year (fall and spring semester) undergraduate scholarship for residential students committed to the field of education and to serving underrepresented populations in education. RDE recipients must live on campus, maintain good academic status, and remain full-time students. The RDE is available to recipients no more than eight (8) semesters of undergraduate study. RDE recipients will convene throughout the academic year and participate in ongoing co-curricular activities.