Northwest Independent Scholars Association
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29th. 2021, at 7:30 PM
Online via Zoom
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Since 1974, Historical Research Associates, Inc. (HRA), has provided historical research, heritage interpretation, and cultural resource management services for public and private clients. HRA is a women-owned small business, with offices across the country. HRA staff are experienced in assisting government entities, communities, and staff at historic sites create interpretive plans and develop master plans for culturally sensitive sites. We are experts at developing well-researched and meaningful yet accessible content for interpretive exhibits in a wide variety of bricks-and-mortar and online settings. Our team includes facilitators who strive to provide effective collaboration among diverse stakeholders, ensuring that many perspectives are considered, and voices heard when developing public interpretation content. Our professional historians are experts at finding, analyzing, interpreting, and presenting historical information.
Morgen Young leads HRA's interpretive services program. She is based in their Portland office. Her expertise includes historical research, writing, editing, exhibition development and curation, interpretative planning, oral history, digital history, and documentary videos. She has a background in nineteenth and twentieth century United States history, the history of the Pacific Northwest, community history, and the history of health sciences. Prior to joining HRA in 2016, she ran her own historical consulting business.