Henry Donahue is Vice President & Executive Director of VH1 Save the Music Foundation. Before coming to VH1 Save The Music Foundation, Henry was COO and Head of Partnerships at Purpose, a digital strategic and creative agency that focuses on social impact projects.

Before joining Purpose, Henry worked as a media executive focused on digital product development, M&A and financial operations, most notably as the CEO and Publisher of Discover Magazine. He has also held senior executive positions at Condé Nast, PRIMEDIA and LendingTree.com.

Henry spent most of the 1990s on the road across the USA as a political fundraiser for candidates including U.S. Senators Jay Rockefeller and Ron Wyden. At the same time, he was played guitar in a D.C.-based indie rock band and ran a small independent record label.

Henry graduated from Harvard College with a degree in American History. He has an MBA from the Darden Graduate School of Business at the University of Virginia. He is a native of Washington, DC and is an avid supporter of both the city’s professional basketball franchise and its punk rock bands.

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