Blanca Bruso is an educator in Massachusetts. She earned her BS and MA from Atlantic Union College in Lancaster, Mass. She is a member of NEHGS and enjoys researching her Puerto Rican heritage and her husband’s Mayflower and “Salem witch” ancestry.
Michael Patrick Cullinane is the Theodore Roosevelt Association’s Public Historian and the Lowman Walton Chair in Theodore Roosevelt Studies at Dickinson State University. He is the author of Theodore Roosevelt’s Ghost: The History and Memory of an American Icon.
William Fahey is a Fellow and the President of Thomas More College of Liberal Arts (Merrimack, New Hampshire). He holds an MPhil from the University of St. Andrews, an MSc from Unity College (Maine), and an MA and PhD from the Catholic University of America. He is a Councilor of NEHGS and a member of the Order of the First Families of Maine, the Piscataqua Pioneers, and the Sons of the American Revolution.
Kiera Breitenbach graduated from the College of William & Mary in Virginia with a B.A. in American Studies and Linguistics with a concentration in Russian. She grew up in Denver, Colorado and previously interned with the History Colorado museum's education team. She was also an intern with NEHGS in summer 2018. Areas of Expertise: Ireland, Midwestern/Western states.
Anjelica holds a MA in Public History and certificate in digital humanities from Northeastern and a BA in journalism from Ohio University. She worked as a reporter in New York for four years before starting her graduate degree. She recently finished a year as a digital public history intern with the National Parks of Boston. Areas of expertise: Revolutionary War and Massachusetts records, Spanish fluency.
Aidan earned a B.S. in Genetics in 2022 from the University of New Hampshire. Prior to working at NEHGS, he worked at the Newmarket Public Library as a Staff Genealogist where he designed and taught genealogy programs. He has been tracing his family history since 2010. Areas of expertise: DNA, New England, Atlantic Canada, Quebec, and Italy.
Chloe Stronge, 2022 Saltire Foundation advancement and education intern, is studying Psychology at the University of Dundee in Scotland. Originally from Belfast, Northern Ireland, she thoroughly enjoys travelling, with a strong love for Boston, having first visited at a young age. She is very interested in research, in areas such as world history, immigration, women’s history, culture, and the Gilded Age.
Danielle Rose received a master's degree in public history with a concentration in digital humanities from Northeastern University in 2021. She also holds a B.A. in history from the University of Florida. Prior to joining NEHGS, she worked as a digital history intern at the National Parks of Boston and a museum educator in Miami, Florida.