Devon Henry is a seasoned entrepreneur, managing a portfolio of companies in construction and logistics. With over 20 years leading and building organizations, he is currently the CEO & President of Team Henry Enterprises, LLC, a nationally recognized contracting enterprise within the Mid Atlantic and Southeast territory based in Richmond, VA.
Devon is a sought after board member in both the not for profit and corporate sectors, serving on several boards and committee’s to include the Board of Directors for Village Bank and Trust Financial Corp (NASDAQ:VBFC), Norfolk State University - HBCU (Gubernatorial appointee), Bon Secours Mercy Health Foundation, Venture Richmond, Transportation DBE Advisory Committee (Past Chairman), Virginia March of Dimes (Past Chairman), Metropolitan Business League (Past Chairman) and Young President's Organization (YPO).
As a Director, Devon has assisted in the transition and onboarding of corporate CEO’s and University Presidents’, lead a fundraising campaign for a regional hospital system and has directly influenced procurement practices for governmental agencies.
Devon is known to be a subject matter expert in design and constructability of stone-based memorials. His work as the premier “go-to” professional for the removal and relocation of massive 19th century bronze sculptures has received international media coverage.
Team Henry Enterprises has been featured in national publications such as Fortune, Bloomberg and Inc Magazine.
Devon has been recognized as The Entrepreneur of the Year by several organizations to include, The Virginia Minority Supplier Development Council, American Express Government Contractor of the Year Award, The U.S. Small Business Administration and most recently, The Metropolitan Business League named Devon the 2020 Master Entrepreneur of the Year.
Devon received his Bachelors of Science from Norfolk State University, where he created an endowment to provide scholarships to Virginia high school students planning to attend NSU and major in a STEM related focus, he received his MS in Environmental Management from The University of Maryland. In addition, Devon has received Executive Education from The University of Richmond, Robbins School of Business, Tuck Business School at Dartmouth and Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern.