Stephenie Ambrose Tubbs has written two books; The Lewis and Clark Companion and Why Sacagawea Deserves the Day Off. She serves as the Chair of the Lewis and Clark Trust, Inc. a non-profit focused on the preservation and educational legacy of the Lewis and Clark Trail. A resident of Montana, Stephenie also works with the Montana Preservation Alliance, and the American Prairie Reserve to protect the historical, cultural and natural resources of Montana. During summer months you can find Stephenie guiding paddlers through the Upper Missouri River Breaks National Monument with her friends Wayne and Gia Fairchild of Lewis and Clark Trail Adventures out of Missoula, Montana. Stephenie and her husband John have two sons and one large and very energetic yellow Labrador. Stephenie speaks nationally about the Trail and ways to engage young people in history, contact AEI Speakers Bureau for more information.