Jason Henderson has worked in NCAA Division I college athletics since 2010. Henderson's coaching, recruiting and scheduling efforts have drastically improved New Jersey Institute of Technology's former 1-17 Fencing Team into a top 10 program in the nation. In 2015 Henderson was awarded the USFA National Team Champion Coach's Medal for Senior Team Women's Epee. He has coached notable athletes including a NCAA National Championship Silver Medalist, a 2016 Rio Olympian, a 2016 NCAA Elite 90 recipient and multiple All-Americans.

Prior to his time in college athletics, Henderson worked as a safety specialist in the amusement industry for 10 years. He served as a licensed safety inspector in both PA and NJ. Henderson was a frequent speaker for amusement ride operator training and has trained and certified over 2,500 amusement ride operators.

Henderson graduated with honors from Rutgers majoring in both Sports Management and Philosophy. While attending Rutgers he was a two-time All-American athlete, US National Fencing Team member, Student-Athlete Advisory Committee member, and recipient of both the Athletic Director's Excellence Award and NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship. He went on to receive a master's degree in business from Duke University's Fuqua School of Business and his law degree from Rutgers School of Law.

Henderson is currently a practicing attorney in Jersey City, NJ.