In Early Writings (41) we read,
the angel said, "You must go back, and if you are faithful, you, with the 144,000, shall have the privilege of visiting all the worlds.
This is being interpreted by many to mean that she will be among the 144,000.
But, sister White passed away long time ago, and according to the following she wrote that the 144000 will be "from among the living" - Great Controversy 1911 and also in Last Day Events (268, 269),
they sing "a new song" before the throne, a song which no man can learn save the hundred and forty and four thousand. It is the song of Moses and the Lamb,--a song of deliverance. None but the hundred and forty-four thousand can learn that song; for it is the song of their experience,--an experience such as no other company have ever had. "These are they which follow the Lamb whithersoever he goeth." These, having been translated from the earth, from among the living, are counted as "the first-fruits unto God and to the Lamb." "These are they which came out of great tribulation;" [REV. 14:1-5; 15:3; 7:14-17.] they have passed through the time of trouble such as never was since there was a nation; they have endured the anguish of the time of Jacob's trouble; they have stood without an intercessor through the final outpouring of God's judgments.
If sister White is to be among the 144,000 as suggested by the passage in Early Writings, then there is a conflict with what we find in the Great Controversy on that subject. This can be reconciled only if we assume that she will be part of the (special) resurrection spoken of in Daniel 12:2 so that in the end she will be among the living again to pass through the time of trouble such as never was, to endure the anguish of the time of Jacob's trouble, and to stand without an intercessor through the final outpouring of God's judgements.