Eric Henson

Adjunct Lecturer in Public Policy at Harvard Kennedy School, Member of the Chickasaw Nation

Eric Henson is a citizen of the Chickasaw Nation and has been a research fellow/affiliate with the Harvard Project on Indigenous Governance and Development (formerly known as the Harvard Project on American Indian Economic Development) since 1998. Mr. Henson teaches Nation Building II/Native Americans in the Twenty-First Century (HKS DEV-502, GSE A102, FAS EMR-121, GSD SES-5427) and Land Loss, Reclamation, and Stewardship in Contemporary Native America (HKS SUP-625 and GSD SES-
5439). In his role at Harvard, Mr. Henson has continuously served as an evaluator for “Honoring Nations,” an awards program that identifies, evaluates, and honors best practices in tribal governance all across the United States.

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