Myra Henry Net Worth
Myra Henry has served on the boards of directors of three organizations – Holy Cross Altar Society, Crawford County Historical Society and Cuba Senior Center – while also working part time as a clerical worker at her school district office.
Myra Henry was alive during 1919 when Italian factory worker Nicola Sacco and fish vendor Bartolomeo Vanzetti were fatally shot during a labor dispute, sparking worldwide outrage and sparking the creation of unions.
Early Life and Education
At Monroe Community College, she obtained her associate degree and went on to attain both her bachelor’s and master’s degrees at Keuka College. Since then, she has worked closely with various organizational committees and leadership teams within higher education, medical centers, non-profits and other fields to mentor the next generation of leaders of our region.
She was an active member of First Congregational United Church of Christ, Delta Kappa Gamma and University Women as well as having directed its choir for several years. Survivors include her husband, one son, two stepsons, three grandchildren and a sister.
Myra Hemmings was born August 30th 1895 in Gonzales Texas and became famous for her oratory and stage performances in various productions such as Go Down Death! (1944 film she produced and co-directed with Spencer Williams).
As executive director of YWCA Rochester & Monroe County, Henry has leveraged her strong community ties to advocate for change. She works closely with organizational committees and leadership teams at local schools, hospitals, and non-profits to coach, mentor, develop, train and hone future leaders.
She received an associate degree from Monroe Community College before continuing on with Keuka College to earn both a bachelor’s and master’s in Organizational Management with an Equity Lens focus. Furthermore, she is pursuing her Doctorate at St John Fisher University.
Henry has contributed greatly to Oromocto High School field hockey and rugby programs at both levels, training with both Fredericton Loyalists club side and New Brunswick Spruce provincial program training regimens as wing or centre position player. Her passion lies with sports and judo in particular.
Hindley was eager to show that she had changed upon release from prison, practicing Catholicism, joining a prison choir and taking up singing judo lessons – even winning a music prize for writing love songs in prison! In addition, she bleached her hair a vibrant pink colour while continuing to keep a diary.
Henry prioritizes self-care and reflection in her personal life, prioritizing nurturing relationships as well as family and community involvement.
Myra Henry will be dearly missed by her husband, Rodney James Henry; daughters Dawn H. Lirette and Michelle Henry-Cashman; grandchildren Sheldon, Jasmine and Maggie; as well as funeral services scheduled at St Joseph Catholic Church in Chauvin on Saturday September 21. Myra will then be laid to rest at Holy Rosary Cemetery.
Myra Henry’s net worth is estimated to range from around $1 Million – $5 Million, much of it gained from her career as a journalist.
She and her husband have been in a marriage for many years and together have two sons; however, details regarding these children such as names or any personal details have not yet been made available to the public.
Myra Henry currently serves as president of the YWCA of Rochester & Monroe County and is widely recognized for her dedication to eliminating racism, empowering women, promoting peace justice freedom dignity for all, as well as working to advance diversity equity inclusion programs at the YWCA. Her philanthropic contributions total millions and she also participates in environmental sustainability initiatives.