Erin Miller is the proud granddaughter of Elaine Danforth Harmon, a member of the Women Airforce Service Pilots (WASP) during WWII. Her grandmother’s last request was to be laid to rest at Arlington National Cemetery (ANC). After she died in April 2015, this request was denied by the US Army which runs ANC. Erin led a successful grassroots, social media, and direct advocacy campaign to fight the decision, culminating in the passage of HR 4336 through Congress and signing of the bill into law by the president of the United States. The new law recognized the wartime service of the WASP for eligibility for inurnment at Arlington National Cemetery. Erin is the author of two books in honor of her grandmother, “Final Flight Final Fight,” which details the Arlington campaign and her life with her grandmother, while “What Grandma Did” is a children’s book based on her grandmother’s story with the WASP. Erin is an attorney and author based in Maryland.