Danielle Rose holds a B.A. in History from the University of Florida and M.A. in Public History from Northeastern University. While at Northeastern, she specialized in digital humanities, oral history, and community engagement. As a public historian, Danielle’s work focuses on bringing to light the stories of lesser-known individuals and historical events. Prior to joining American Ancestors/NEHGS, she worked as a digital history intern at the National Parks of Boston, where she researched the lives of Black Patriots of the Revolutionary War, specifically those who served during the Siege of Boston. She also previously worked as a museum educator in Miami, FL.
Areas of interest: Colonial Massachusetts, Revolutionary War veterans, African American history