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B.A., New York University; Advanced Information Systems Institute graduate,MIT.
William E. Henry is a Bronx, New York native with over 45 years experience as an IT / telecommunications professional and senior industry consultant. His career highlights include working for 14 years at AT&T in positions of increasing responsibility within the engineering, operations, sales and marketing departments. As director of corporate telecommunications at Bristol-Myers Squibb Company, he was responsible for formulating strategies for all of the company's voice, data, video and image applications, systems, services and networking capabilities in 135 countries. He also held the position of vice president of business development and marketing at DCC Systems.
Mr. Henry resumed his career as a consultant in 2017. Prior to that, he was employed by New York City Health + Hospitals as telecommunications director for the North Bronx Healthcare Network. In that capacity, he was responsible for all telecommunications-related requirements for Jacobi Medical Center, a regional level 1 trauma center and North Central Bronx Hospital.
A former military officer, Mr. Henry was educated at New York University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He has been a visiting assistant professor at Pratt Institute's Graduate School of Architecture since 1995. Prior to his affiliation with Pratt Institute, he was a guest lecturer on information technology-related topics at NYU's Stern School of Business.
Mr. Henry joined the adjunct faculty at Bronx Community College of the City University of New York in 2009 and lectured first year students on topics related to career development until 2018. He also lectured in the college's Department of Physics and Technology.
The father of two (2) daughters, Mr. Henry has three (3) grandchildren. He currently resides in New Rochelle, New York with his wife.