HRA is pleased to announce that Emily Greenwald is the company’s new President/CEO. Emily received her PhD in History from Yale University. She spent eight years in academia before joining HRA in 2002. She became a shareholder in 2006 and became manager of the company’s History Division in 2010. Emily’s work includes consulting and expert witness testimony for litigation involving Native American or environmental Issues, as well as administrative histories and historical studies for the National Park Service and other organizations.

Emily is the author of Reconfiguring the Reservation: The Nez Perces, Jicarilla Apaches, and the Dawes Act (New Mexico, 2002), which reexamines the federal government’s attempt to assimilate Indians into the American mainstream by imposing private property on them. She has also studied how photography shaped tourist experiences and the built environments of America’s national parks. Emily is a member of the American Society for Environmental History and the National Council on Public History, and she has served on the boards of both organizations.