Henry’s mission is to create a better world by accentuating human goodness and telling the story of moral progress. He blogs about human progress and flourishing and is a writer for Ben Franklin Circle groups, a growing national positive community movement. He also contributes to Positive Psychology News. In his work and writing, he promotes a realistic—and optimistic—view of the world based on broad trends supported by data. Henry is an assistant instructor at the University of Pennsylvania’s Master of Applied Positive Psychology program and teaches positive psychology, social sciences, and humanities at The New School of Northern Virginia. He helps his students develop a fact-based, optimistic view of the world, which cultivates personal growth and confidence.