Founding Board Member and Co-Chairman of Cure Alzheimer’s Fund
Henry is Chairman Emeritus of Greylock Partners, one of the oldest and most successful venture capital firms. In 2004, Henry received the National Venture Capital Association’s Lifetime Achievement Award. He also received the Harvard Business School Award for Alumni Achievement in 2003, and was recognized as one of the country’s 10 Best Venture Capitalists by Forbes in 2000.
He is a partner of Fenway Sports Group, which owns the Boston Red Sox and Liverpool FC, and a member of the Advisory Board of Yale School of Management. He was formerly a Director of Cabot Corporation, a member of the Yale Investment Committee, and President of the Fishers Island Club.
Henry graduated from Harvard Graduate School of Business Administration with High Distinction, Baker Scholar, and from Yale University with a B.A. in economics, Magna Cum Laude and Phi Beta Kappa.