Henry founded Limeade in 2006 to measurably improve well-being in the world. He started by developing the first comprehensive well-being assessment, which became the foundation of the Limeade platform. Using a whole-person approach to well-being, Limeade develops smart corporate wellness technology that fits how people work today.
Using a values-driven approach, Henry crafted an intentional culture of improvement at Limeade elevating it as a model employer for its engaged, high-energy and high-performing workforce. He’s an irreverent thought leader, writer, and speaker discussing topics like the importance of well-being, employee engagement and cultural alignment.
Before founding Limeade, Henry was a VP of Product Management at an enterprise software company and product marketing leader at Intuit, where he launched new multi-million dollar businesses under the QuickBooks brand. Before earning his MBA from Northwestern’s Kellogg School of Management with an emphasis in technology marketing, Henry specialized in econometrics and played professional basketball. He graduated cum laude in Literature and Economics from Claremont-McKenna College, where he was two-time basketball captain, proud winner of the Hustle Award, and a Phi Beta Kappa inductee. He lives in Bellevue with his family.