Executive Vice President
Michael Henry joined the Alpine Group after serving seven years as a senior staff member in the House of Representatives. As a Senior Vice President of the Alpine Group, Mr. Henry focuses primarily on transportation, conservation and energy policy. While at the Alpine Group, Mr. Henry has demonstrated significant success within his focus areas, assisting clients as they realize success on Capitol Hill on both policy matters and securing funding.
Mr. Henry was a Professional Staff Member for the House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure and the Subcommittee on Highways and Transit prior to joining the Alpine Group. While in that position, Mr. Henry worked on surface transportation issues, pipeline safety and assisted the Committee in its preparation for the enactment of the most recent highway bill, SAFETEA LU. Prior to that, Mr. Henry worked as a Professional Staff Member for the House Committee on Resources. In that position, he was the lead oil and gas staffer with responsibly for development on Federal public lands and the Outer Continental Shelf. In addition to those duties, Mr. Henry spearheaded conservation legislation for then Chairman Young and performed oversight over the Trans Alaska Pipeline. Mr. Henry’s first position on Capitol Hill was as a Legislative Assistant to Congressman Don Young (R-AK).
A native of Alaska, Mr. Henry has served as Vice President of the Alaska Society from 1997 to 2003. He is a founding member and former Vice President of the Safari Club's International DC Metro Chapter, and a Board Member of the Atean Society, a philanthropic group of Washington area young professionals who host various events throughout each year to raise money for local charities.
Mr. Henry earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in organizational and human resources management at the University of Colorado at Boulder. He currently resides on Capitol Hill with his wife, (Sarah), and their son and daughter.