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Stephenie Ambrose-Tubbs

Stephenie received her master’s degree in Liberal Arts from the University of Montana in 1984. She has written two books; The Lewis and Clark Companion and Why Sacagawea Deserves the Day Off along with numerous articles on western history. A passion for conservation and resource preservation sparked her ongoing involvement in several non-profit organizations including the Lewis and Clark Trust, American Prairie, and Preserve Montana. Governor Steve Bullock awarded her the Governor’s Humanities Award in February 2019. Stephenie lives in Helena, Montana with her husband John and enjoys paddling in the Upper Missouri River Breaks National Monument every summer.