Managing Partner | Director of Economic Policy Research
Henrietta has been providing investors with economic policy analysis for...Read More
Henrietta has been providing investors with economic policy analysis for over 15 years, leading a macroeconomic policy team through the recession, financial services reform, healthcare reform, and various trade policies of multiple administrations impacting the global marketplace and investment community.
Henrietta’s analysis is derived from legislative, regulatory, and political events nationally and at the state level on issues as diverse as the border tax adjustment, national security and other tariffs, taxation of foreign-derived earnings, corporate inversions, the debt ceiling, and other economic and fiscal priorities of Capitol Hill. Her thesis on trade has been consistent since 4Q2017 when the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act was signed into law.
Henrietta led the macroeconomic policy team at a DC-based broker-dealer for eight years after serving in the U.S. Senate covering the Senate Finance, Banking, and Budget Committees most critically during the Great Recession. Her time in the Senate revolved around the creation and passage of the Troubled Asset Relief Program, the American Reinvestment and Recovery Act, and the automotive industry crisis of 2008-10. Prior to serving in the U.S. Senate, Henrietta covered tax, financial services, and deficit issues for the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and served as a research fellow to Congressman Joe Crowley (D-NY). Before moving to Washington, Henrietta spent several years as a Research Associate at Zweig-DiMenna, LLC a long-standing hedge fund in New York.
Henrietta has covered mid-term and general elections for investors in each general and midterm election since 2010. She holds a BA in political science and literature from Fordham University and has been the Louisiana Chapter Leader of Everytown affiliate, Mom's Demand Action for Gun Sense in America, and works closely with Mayors Against Illegal Guns. She currently resides in New Orleans, Louisiana, and is a frequent contributor to Bloomberg, The New York Times, and other news outlets.