Martha Henry is a seasoned information technology professional with 43 years of experience. Currently, she is the CTO of two Financial Services startups, provides consulting services and serves on the board of directors as a technology resource for several organizations, including BANHS.
She has worked in a numerous sectors, including Health Care, Financial Services, Publishing, Manufacturing, Logistics and Non-Profits. Some of her notable clients include the City of NY, Kaye Scholer LLP, Harry Winston, Pepsi-Co, Rollins, Yale, Harvard, Princeton, Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA), and the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP).
Martha was at the forefront of development for networking and database architecture during her time as an engineer at CDC and DEC. She has presented technical seminars at a variety of conferences, published frequent articles on business technology and served as the guest host for the Weekly Technology Segment on the South Florida Business Radio Show.
Martha has experience with a number of different Natural Health Science modalities, including Biofeedback, Light Therapy, NLP and Reiki.
Having attended Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) for music theory and acoustics, she attended the Shenandoah Conservatory for Music Therapy, a modality that had just begun to go mainstream, and spent several years working with the deaf.
Passionate about learning, Martha has taken a vast number of classes in business, marketing, strategic planning and technology online and at local universities. She is also a Florida Notary Public and licensed Real Estate Salesperson.