For Women’s History Month, HRA is featuring some of our women employees who contribute to all aspects of the company!

Emily Greenwald manages large-scale projects and conducts research and writing for attorneys, tribes, and government clients. She has served as an expert witness in litigation involving Native American treaty rights, reservation boundary issues, navigability, road rights of way, and contaminated sites. Emily has also managed and co-authored several administrative histories for the National Park Service and other clients. She recently handed off the presidency of HRA to colleague Natalie Perrin and is enjoying having less responsibility and more project work. Emily is currently overseeing HRA’s new Boise office, acquired at the beginning of the year from Stevens Historical Research Associates.

In her free time, Emily plays ice hockey and is trying to learn how to skate ski.