Henoc has worked to serve the needs of undocumented students and has supported university campuses in creating experiences, programs, and services that provided them with an equitable college experience. He served as the inaugural Coordinator of the first Dreamers Resource Center in the California State University (CSU) system (the second center of its kind in the nation), and then as the inaugural Director of the first endowed center at a sibling campus. As a scholar-practitioner, Henoc is active in publishing and presenting work related to the undocumented student experience. He currently serves at the California State University Office of the Chancellor, where he works closely with the 23 CSU campuses as programs and services are delivered to support students who experience food and housing insecurity. Henoc received his Master of Science degree in Higher Postsecondary Education from Syracuse University in Syracuse, New York, and his Bachelor of Arts degree in English from California State University, Fullerton.