V. Lee Henson
Scrum/Agile Trainer & Coach at AgileDad.
Salt Lake City, UT


V. Lee Henson CST - Doing what makes sense since 2005! 

CST - Certified Scrum Trainer
PMP - Project Management Professional
PMI- Agile Certified Practitioner
CLAP - Certified Lean Agile Practitioner
CSP - Certified Scrum Professional 
CSPO - Certified Scrum Product Owner
CSM - Certified ScrumMaster

Lee’s 14 years of experience spans a broad array roles and responsibilities. He is currently one of just over 170 Certified Scrum Trainers worldwide. He is also a Project Management Professional, PMI Agile Certified Practitioner, and a Certified Lean Agile Professional. His personal experience includes hands on web development, quality assurance analysis, automated test engineer, senior product manager, senior project manager, ScrumMaster, agile coach, consultant, and ADDIE training professional. His client list includes over 40 of the Fortune 100 companies, Government sector projects, small and large software production facilities, and multiple successful large-scale agile implementations.

His unique blend of recent real-world experience in various roles combined with the ability to drive home complex concepts in an easy to understand manner make him an amazing resource to get any team at any level best focused on project related initiatives. Unlike other trainers or coaches, Lee has personally assisted in the organizational transformation of companies sized from start up to enterprise intercontinental.

When not coaching or training, Lee enjoys doing motivational, inspirational, and keynote speaking sessions at various conferences, churches, and universities. He has been recognized multiple times for excellence in public speaking and does all he can to help others get the most out of both work and home life.

Lee is a graduate of the Disney Management Institute and has served as Chairperson for the Scrum Alliance Certification Advisory Board. He is the author of the Definitive Agile Checklist. He is the inventor of Rapid Release Planning and is continually looking for ways to advance the Agile and Scrum community.