Gareth Henry was born on 20th October 1977. He is a badminton player, a passionate activist on matters dealing with HIV/AIDS, LGBT, and social justice. After being tortured with threats, and homophobic violence in his native country he fled to Canada a city called Toronto. Historians experts put across that he came from a small town called St. Mary’s which is located on north coast of Jamaica. He never experienced any filial relationship with his father, and his mother was a teen when he was blessed with Gareth Henry. He started his high school education at his tender age. As a teenager, he felt so much glued and attracted to other boys.
He is a legendary badminton player. He accomplished on his Commonwealth Games on the year 2011, and on the year 2015, he finished Pan American Games. He has made tremendous achievement by making his team win a bronze medal at the 2018 Pan Men’s Championships team. He won the men’s doubles gold by partnering with Samuel O Brien Ricketts at the 2018 Caribbean Games, and Central American.
Ubuntu Biography Project says that he moved away from his family so that he could enjoy freedom. The reasons behind separating himself from his family are that he wanted to do his own things as an individual, enjoy self-pride, and feel the sense of authenticity. It is from here that his journey of gayism kicked off. He is a learned individual who is a bachelor holder of a degree in Social Work, and a master’s degree in Communications for Behavior Change and Social. He is a prodigious philanthropist who has supported human rights, non-governmental organization, and Jamaica AIDS Support for Life, (JASL), the most antic and gigantic AIDS organization.
Gareth Henry is combative in fighting hatred and discrimination in Jamaica and inspires the Jamaicans to be courageous and steadfast. He cherishes hanging out with friends and traveling. Gareth Henry is an icon of inspiration to his Jamaicans and to the men and women who aspire to be great leaders.