Dionne Rose-Henley (7 November 1969 – 24 December 2018) was a Jamaican athlete who specialised in the high hurdles. She competed at the 1992 and 1996 Summer Olympics, finishing fifth at her second Games.
Her personal best times were 12.64 in the 100 meters hurdles (1996) and 7.96 in the indoor 60 meters hurdles (1997). In 2017, she coached sprinters and hurdlers at Coastal Carolina University.
After retiring from Track and Field she took up coaching. She coached at Middle Tennessee State University where she was a past student.
Rose-Henley died on December 24, 2018, after a short battle with cancer.
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