Henry Alphin Jr.

Henry Alphin Jr.

Henry Alphin Jr.

Affiliate Faculty

Henry C. Alphin Jr., MBA, MSHE is a strategic executive leader in the nonprofit community and subject matter expert on the role of higher education in community and economic development in the US, MENA, and South Asia regions. He has over 20 years of successful leadership, administrative, operations, community development, cooperative education, accessibility, and research experience in the higher education and nonprofit communities. As Director of Operations for the American Pakistan Foundation (APF), Henry is executive team lead in organizational strategic planning and executing on the APF's dual mission to empower the Pakistani American community and build bridges between the US and Pakistan.

Henry has been author and lead editor on multiple peer-reviewed higher education publications, including books, book chapters, and journal articles. He serves as a higher education SME for public and private organizations, including Springer Publishing and IGI Global. His personal scholarly pursuits include the philosophy of death, Nietzsche studies, immortality, eternal recurrence, posthumanity, and philosophy in literature.

Education

Henry holds an MBA from the Warwick Business School (UK), and a Master of Science in Higher Education (MSHE) and Bachelor of Science in Economics from Drexel University.