Keith Henry is Director of Business Intelligence & Market Analysis at the RAND Corporation. As BIMA Director, he is responsible for collecting information and conducting analyses that help improve RAND's business performance. His areas of expertise include operations research, systems analysis, strategic planning, and financial analysis. His research experience covers a broad spectrum of national security and strategic planning topics. His national security research experience includes unmanned aerial vehicles, surveillance and reconnaissance strategy, weapons effectiveness, ballistic missile defense, and communications systems. He also has a wealth of research experience on non–national security issues such as strategic planning for child care facilities, school transportation systems, and software acquisition for educational institutions. Henry formerly served as associate director of RAND Justice, Infrastructure, and Environment. He has also served as executive director of finance and director of planning and analysis within RAND's Office of the Chief Financial Officer. In these roles, he conducted RAND's business planning process and performed a variety of strategic planning and business analyses. Henry also served as interim assistant dean at the Pardee RAND Graduate School and has supported RAND's Product Development and Licensing Program where he helped promote the use of a novel police benchmarking tool.
Henry received his B.S. in mathematics/systems sciences from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA); his M.S. in electrical engineering from the University of Southern California; and his M.B.A. from UCLA.