Henry Rosario

Assistant Director

After spending half his life outside of the United States, Henry settled in the Upper Valley with his wife and two dogs. He's grown deeply appreciative of the community and its beautiful landscape and enjoys exploring Vermont's general stores and swimming holes in particular. He has also, after much trial and error, grown to love skiing Vermont's mountains and appreciating New England winters (so long as there is a wood stove to come back to). 

Henry began his professional career as a missile defense officer in the US Army during which time he was stationed in South Korea and Germany. He has sought to continue his service and pursued social impact across a variety of fields including humanitarian disaster response and social entrepreneurship.   

He was first exposed to experiential learning and Dartmouth as the manager of one of the Tuck School's international consulting programs. He has since developed a passion for the role of education in shaping the next generation of leaders and driving the future of social impact. This passion, along with a combined love of cross cultural experiences, has led him to serve as a mentor on several international experiential learning programs before joining the Center.  

Henry holds a B.A. from the University of Richmond where he studied International Relations and Chinese and an M.S. in International Humanitarian Action from the University of Groningen and the Institute of International Law of Peace and Armed Conflict. He is also a proud graduate of Tuck Next Step, a transition to business program for veterans and elite athletes.


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