Dead Pixels Society podcast: Managing personal and professional challenges, with Gillian Stein, CEO, Henry’s

Gary Pageau of the Dead Pixels Society talks with Gillian Stein, CEO of Henry’s, Canada’s largest photo specialty retailer. In this wide-ranging interview, Stein talks about the company’s recent restructuring, the response to COVID-19, how to serve content creators, plus her personal mental health challenges, as well as the establishment of The Henry’s Foundation to provide support for Canadians living with mental illness.

Proudly Canadian, family-owned, and operated, Henry’s first opened its doors in 1909 and has evolved into the leading specialty digital imaging retailer in Canada. Henry’s carries over 15,000 imaging-related products from all of the top brands and is the source for creators across Canada.

The Henry’s Foundation is a Canadian registered charity created by the Stein Family and proudly supported by the Henry’s organization. The Henry’s Foundation works with a network of partners across Canada with the objective of providing much-needed funding to improve the lives of Canadians living with mental illness and remind them that they are not alone. The Foundation is driven to achieve change, both externally in our local communities and internally among our employees and their families.