Rose Miron joined the National Native American Boarding School Healing Coalition in May 2018 as its Program Manager. Rose holds a Bachelor’s degree in History with a minor in Spanish and a Ph.D. in American Studies from the University of Minnesota. Rose’s dissertation, “Mohican Archival Activism: Narrating Indigenous Nationalism” documents how indigenous nations use tribal archives to resist historical trauma by making archival materials more accessible to tribal members and creating new narratives of indigenous nationalism. Her research was based in seven years of community engagement and collaboration with the Stockbridge-Munsee Mohican Nation. Rose has also worked on several public history projects, including two collaborative exhibits with the Red Lake Ojibwe Nation curated by Dr. Brenda Child (Red Lake Ojibwe) and her graduate students. Her writing about trauma and comfort in public history has been featured in The North Dakota Quarterly and The National Council on Public History. She lives in Minneapolis with her husband.