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Ian D. Henry ’01

Ian -HenryIan D. Henry ’01 earned a degree in Chemistry while at Earlham and was hired as an analytical researcher with Alkermes, Inc., in Cambridge, Massachusetts, soon after graduating. He went on to earn a Ph.D. in Analytical Chemistry from Purdue University in 2008, focusing on bioanalytical nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy. After completing his graduate degree, he joined the R&D function at The Procter & Gamble Co., developing consumer products in The Beauty segment across brands such as Pantene, Olay, Head & Shoulders and Safeguard. Currently, Ian is a Section Head in Corporate R&D at P&G, where he leads the Qualitative Mass Spectrometry group for the company. In addition to his commitment to Earlham, Ian’s current extracurricular involvement includes Vice President of the Cincinnati Chapter of NOBCChE (National Organization for Black Chemists and Chemical Engineers), Big Brothers Big Sisters (since 2010), career mentoring and slow-pitch softball. He and his wife, Kirstin Eismin, along with their children, Inez and Kyan, reside in Cincinnati, Ohio. Ian became an Earlham Trustee in 2012.

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