Heather Miller Promoted to Vice President of Business Development

HRA is pleased to announce that it has promoted Heather Lee Miller to Vice President of Business Development! She now has oversight of all of our business development activities, including marketing and proposals. In addition to these responsibilities, Heather will continue to work on projects in both the History and CRM divisions. Join us in […]

Pollarine Celebrates 10 Years with HRA

HRA salutes Joshua Pollarine, who has served the company with distinction for ten years. Josh joined HRA in 2007 as he was finishing his MA in history at the University of Montana. His thesis, titled “Children at War,” examined the history of underage Americans serving illegally during World War II. Josh is one of HRA’s […]

Grant Celebrates 10 Years with HRA

Congratulations to Jimmy Grant, who celebrates 10 years with HRA on June 30. Prior to joining the company, he earned his MA in history at Providence College, and worked in interpretation for both the National Park Service and the Mashantucket Pequot Museum and Research Center. At HRA, Jimmy works on litigation, administrative history, and interpretation […]

Zahniser Celebrates 10 Years with HRA

HRA is celebrating Keith Zahniser’s 10-year anniversary with the company. Keith earned his PhD in history at University of California-Santa Barbara and also has a Master of Theological Studies in Religion and Culture from Harvard Divinity School. Keith runs HRA’s Washington, D.C., office, from which he supervises research at the National Archives, the Library of […]

Greenwald Celebrates 15 Years at HRA

HRA’s founder, Alan Newell, recruited Emily Greenwald from her teaching position at the University of Nebraska 15 years ago, bringing her to Missoula and into the consulting world, where she has made her home and found her niche. Building on her early post-collegiate experience working for a DC-based Indian law firm and on her dissertation-turned-publication, […]

Lake Washington Boulevard added to National Register of Historic Places

Lake Washington Boulevard added to National Register of Historic Places

HRA recently submitted a multiple property submission for Seattle’s Olmsted Parks and Boulevards to the National Park Service. We received word that the submission was approved, and that Lake Washington Boulevard, connecting Montlake Boulevard to Seward Park, has been listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Architectural historians Natalie Perrin and Chrisanne Beckner, working […]