Project Coordinator, Share Reuse Repair Initiative (SRRI)
Alice Henry is a researcher, facilitator, and program coordinator with expertise in zero waste and the circular economy as well as collaborative decision-making. As a Senior Project Coordinator with the Share Reuse Repair Initiative, Henry leads the Just Circular Recovery and Transition program to highlight areas where the circular economy can create accessible jobs and more affordable livelihoods for people. She brings experience in the repair economy, working on textile waste social innovation, and working as part of sharing economy tech startup Quupe to this role.
In their Associate role with OneEarth, Henry has researched the secondhand economy and lighter living initiatives in BC and from around the world. These inform her current work with OneEarth around organizing neighbourhoods and communicating with people that identify with different motivations.
A strong advocate for young leadership, Henry has also facilitated CityHive’s EnviroLab program. She also founded Stoke Socials, an organization focused on creating space for young changemakers to connect outside of their professional lives to form genuine connections and find support.
Henry is excited to support innovators, public institutions, and our communities as we rethink how our systems can work and how our economies can better support all peoples and our planet.