Irene McHenry, Ph.D.

Irene McHenry

Irene brings decades of experience in leadership development, board governance, and executive coaching to her SAVI workshops. She has a passion for human development and for developing leadership programs for diverse populations. Irene was a founding faculty member of Fielding Graduate University’s doctoral program in Educational Leadership and Change, the founding Head of Delaware Valley Friends School for students with learning disabilities, and a co-founder of Greenwood Friends School, the only independent school in its rural region. She served as adjunct faculty at Lincoln University, an historically Black college, as a Senior Investigator for the Mind and Life Summer Research Institute, and was Lead Investigator on the National Moral Education Research Project. Irene has a Ph.D. in human and organizational development from Fielding Graduate University. She served on the board of managers for Haverford College, the founding board of the Mindfulness in Education Network, and is past president of the board of the Council for American Private Education. She is a licensed psychologist, a psychotherapist in private practice, a certified SAVI trainer, a member of SCTRI Board of Directors, and is an OD consultant and executive leadership coach.


Country/Countries United States of America;
Language(s) English;