HRA Travel Award Given to Porsha Dossie

Congratulations to Porsha Dossie, who received the 2019 HRA Travel Award from the National Council on Public History (NCPH). Each year, HRA provides funding for this award, which helps a new public history professional attend NCPH’s annual meeting. Porsha received her MA in History (Public History Track) from the University of Central Florida in 2018. […]

HRA Receives NCPH Excellence in Consulting Group Award

HRA received NCPH’s 2019 Excellence in Consulting Group Award for Commemoration and Collaboration: An Administrative History of the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail. Written under contract to the National Park Service (NPS), the detailed, well-illustrated history covers a wide range of topics, including past commemorations of the Lewis and Clark Expedition, plans to develop […]

Accounting Specialist Michele Stoll Celebrates 10 Years at HRA

Congratulations to Michele Stoll, who is celebrating her 10 year anniversary with HRA. Michele is the master of invoicing and expense reports, processing anywhere between 150–200 each month. She has been key in anticipating client requirements and special requests for invoicing and making sure that they receive invoices in the format and timeframe they request. […]

Project Archaeologist Sara Davis Celebrates Five Years at HRA

Congratulations are in order for Sara Davis, who joined HRA 5 years ago this month. Sara works in HRA’s Portland office as a Project Archaeologist and is one of our lead principal investigators. She’s known for being a critical thinker who loves a challenging, complex project. Sara does it all–she’s a skilled researcher, an amazing […]

Project Archaeologist Kelly Derr Celebrates Five Years at HRA

Project Archaeologist Kelly Derr celebrates five years with HRA this month. Kelly works in HRA’s Portland office, specializing in large, complex CRM projects. She is also HRA’s pollen/charcoal analyst and Laboratory Manager. Her hard work, dedication, and experience make her a valuable leader and team member here at HRA, and our clients have come to rely […]

Project Historian Morgen Young at NAI

HRA participated in an NAI session today, Enduring Hwéeldi, which explores the collaborative effort between tribal partners, the State of New Mexico, and consultants to redevelop interpretation at Bosque Redondo Memorial in Fort Sumner, New Mexico. Morgen Young a panel discussion with Manuelito Wheeler, director of the Navajo Nation Museum; Patrick Moore, director of New Mexico […]