Henriette Taylor currently serves as the Assistant Dean of Student Services for the University of Maryland School of Social Work. Henriette’s work in the nonprofit arena includes fundraising at the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago and working with at-risk, adolescent populations. Her 15+ years of healthcare experience includes expertise in adolescent health, qualitative research, knowledge transfer, program management, male reproductive health and more. Henriette’s previous experience also includes serving as Director of Research for the Male Advocacy Network, Policy Associate for Altarum and Program Manager at S.O.M.E., and as Director of Community Schools and Director of Partnerships for the Promise Heights program through the University of Maryland School of Social Work. She received a dual BA from the University of Wisconsin at Eau Claire in Political Science and English Liberal Arts, and completed her MSW with a concentration in Community, Policy and Administration from the Jane Addams School of Social Work.