Rummaging around in her local library, Sally Roesch Wagner “discovered” freethought in Aberdeen, South Dakota, at the age of fourteen, and it has focused her thinking and work ever since. Awarded one of the first doctorates in the country for work in women’s studies (UC Santa Cruz) and a founder of one the first college-level women’s studies programs in the United States (CSU Sacramento), Wagner has taught women’s studies courses for forty-eight years. She currently serves as an adjunct faculty member in The Renée Crown University Honors Program, Syracuse University, and the St. John Fisher Executive Leadership Program and is a Public Scholar with Humanities New York. Author of numerous women’s history books and articles telling “untold stories,” her upcoming suffrage anthology will be published by Penguin Classics in February 2019. She wrote the faculty guide for Not for Ourselves Alone, Ken Burns’s documentary on Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony and appeared in that film and other PBS women’s history programs. Wagner was selected as one of “21 Leaders for the 21st Century” by Women’s E-News in 2015. Founder and executive director of the Matilda Joslyn Gage Center for Social Justice Dialogue in Fayetteville, New York, and author of articles on historic house museums, she received the Katherine Coffey Award for outstanding service to museology from the Mid-Atlantic Association of Museums in 2012. Wagner serves on the New York Suffrage Centennial Commission.