Diane B. HENRY, director of operations
Diane grew up in Washington State and graduated from the University of Washington in 1971 with a B.S. in Medical Technology.
In 1975, she moved to Salt Lake City with her husband Dan. She has two children, Elizabeth and Danielle.
When Danielle developed migraine disease at the age of eight, Diane devoted much of her time to helping Danielle manage her school and sports. Danielle lost her battle with migraine disease in 1999.
In 2016, the Henry family established the Danielle Byron Henry Foundation in memory of Danielle.
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Migraine at School:
Hope for Parents of Children with Migraine
Diane Henry, Danielle’s mother and DBHMF’s Director of Operations, published a blog post about the new “Migraine at School ” initiative for #MHAM’s Remembrance Day . In this post, Diane shares her experience navigating Danielle’s childhood with migraine and how Migraine at School gives hope to parents and children today.
The Association of Migraine Disorders talks with the Henry family, who have honored the memory of their daughter and sister lost to migraine disease with the creation of the Danielle Byron Henry Migraine Foundation.
The June 2017 Issue of Salt Magazine features the Henry family and their work to raise awareness of migraine disease through the Danielle Byron Henry Migraine Foundation.