Board President and Community Resource:
Vice President and Historian:
Genealogist and Historian:
Dr. Lorrie Sivich has played an integral part in launching the interpretive digital kiosk project. Her strong leadership skills and background in emerging technologies have helped shape the foundation and development of the digital kiosk and database development. She works with our grant partners, helping Lorrie works at the Boeing Company on grants and patents.In her spare time she enjoys spending time with her family, gardening,
Lorrie is a Senior Aerospace Engineer at the Boeing Company and has been on the development teams for some of Boeing’s most recognizable planes as well as a part of the management group behind the company’s space station work.
Emily Gass is working with the RRC as a project manager to help with the progress of the soon-to-be-released Roslyn Cemetery Kiosk. Her role includes: the inputing of website and kiosk data, quality assurance management, troubleshooting software issues, working with project partners, and acting as a speaker and representative for upcoming community outreach events. She is excited to join a committee of other passionate members to help showcase the upcoming kiosk, and with it, the rich history of the Roslyn Cemetery.
Emily works in software development as a QA Project Manager, helping plan, test, and manage mobile and IoT software projects for clients worldwide.