HRA Opens Nashville Office

This month, HRA opened an office in Nashville, TN, headed by Ashley Bouknight, PhD. Ashley holds a PhD in public history and a certificate in museum management. She is a recognized leader in museums, specializing in the interpretation of African American history. Nashville is the first of three new offices we are adding this summer—the […]

Ashley Bouknight Joins HRA

We are thrilled to announce the hiring of Ashley Bouknight, who will head a new HRA office in Nashville, Tennessee! Ashley earned her PhD in public history from Middle Tennessee State University and her MA in public history from the University of South Carolina. She joins HRA with over ten years of experience as a […]

Project Archaeologist Jordan Pickrell Celebrates Five Years at HRA

June 16, 2019, marks the five-year anniversary of HRA Project Archaeologist Jordan Pickrell’s tenure at HRA. She joined the company as a Research Archaeologist on June 16, 2014. Her exemplary skills led to her promotion to Project Archaeologist on July 1, 2016. Jordan never shies away from taking on new tasks and learning new skills. […]

Research Archaeologist Josh Dinwiddie Celebrates Five Years at HRA

Research Archaeologist Joshua Dinwiddie celebrates five years with HRA this month. Josh works in HRA’s Portland office and fills many roles. In addition to directing fieldwork, completing research, and writing technical reports, he also keeps our field equipment in order and plays an important role on our safety committee and as a member of our […]

Research Historian Derek Gaines Celebrates 10 Years at HRA

HRA thanks historian Derek Gaines for ten years of service! He has been the model historical researcher, travelling to a wide variety of records repositories all over the county, and spending countless hours among the documents at the National Archives. A long-term and integral member of HRA’s Washington, D.C., office, we wish Derek a hearty […]

HRA Sponsors AKCHO Awards Ceremony

HRA is proud to be sponsoring the annual Association of King County Historical Organization’s award ceremony. The event takes place on Tuesday, April 30, from 5-8 p.m., at the Northwest African American Museum, 2300 S Massachusetts Street, in Seattle. Come join us in celebrating all of the wonderful work being done around King County to […]