In Residence at PERC: May 16—August 15, 2019
Research Topic: “Rethinking WOTUS in the Context of Wetlands: State-Level Regulation and Grassroots Conservation in the Prairie Pothole Region.”
Henry is a first year J.D. Candidate at Case Western Reserve University School of Law. Prior to law school, Henry was a research manager at Mosaic Research Management, a firm that connects industry experts and executives with investment analysts that value proprietary research. Henry’s interest in environmental issues and property rights is rooted in his love for hunting, fishing and skiing. After graduating college, he spent two seasons guiding for Jackson Hole Fly Fishing School in Jackson, Wyoming. Henry also started Fin + Flight, a company that uses an e-commerce driven business model to support conservation initiatives through the sale of art-inspired apparel. Henry’s interest in clean water regulation stems in large part from his passion for the outdoors and studies in law and government. Henry holds a B.A. in government from Colby College.