“I used to bake cupcakes and sell them at school. I called my business “Cutie Cupcakes”! I was only in the 3rd grade at the time. Along with my cupcake sales I would clean my great aunt’s house and her friends on weekends and let’s just say I made a great living.”
Years later, Henry is in pursuit of her next big business idea. After graduating with a bachelor’s degree in interdisciplinary studies with a concentration in agricultural science and environmental sciences, the go-getter attended the 2016 Women’s Business Enterprise National Council Student Entrepreneur Program. There, Henry connected with another FAMU alum- Cheryl Harris, vice president of Sourcing & Procurement Solutions at Allstate who now serves as her mentor.