Henry founded Limeade in 2006, and has led the company from an idea in his basement to a high-growth, industry-leading SaaS health, well-being & performance improvement company serving some of the greatest companies in the world. Henry focuses on making Limeade a place where great people want to come do their best work. He also does his share of evangelizing, and is a popular and irreverent writer and speaker at leading national conferences.\nBefore founding Limeade, Henry was a VP of Product Management at an enterprise software company and a product and marketing leader at Intuit, where he launched a number of successful 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 toiled in the econometrics and professional basketball trades.\nHe graduated cum laude in Literature and Economics at Claremont-McKenna College, where he was two-time basketball captain, proud winner of the Hustle Award, and a Phi Beta Kappa inductee.
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