I graduated from Brigham Young University in April 2004 with a Bachelor's Degree in Family History - Genealogy. While earning my undergraduate degree, I taught hundreds of students each semester the basics of genealogy research through the Center for Family History and Genealogy. Also as a genealogist at the Sorenson Molecular Genealogy Foundation, I focus my research skills on accurately reporting bioliogical relationships. I am accepting new clients and would love to assist with family research in any way that I can. Please email me for more information on research services, rates and experience.
I currently focus my research efforts in the Eastern United States--New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware and Maryland. I have also done significant research in most every other state in the U.S. and several European countries, including Germany and Denmark. I specialize in using DNA for genealogy, brick wall research and creative methodologies.
Member, Phi Alpha Theta History Honor Society, Beta Iota Chapter, Brigham Young University, 2003-2004.
Ann Rice Achievement Scholarship, Center for Family History and Genealogy, Brigham Young University, March 2003.
"Wise Use of Your Y-Chromosome: DNA Methodologies," BYU Annual Computerized Genealogy Conference, March 2006; Idaho Falls Family History Workshop, September 2006; 6th Annual West Coast Summit on African American Genealogy, October 2006; ICAPGen "Become an Excellent Genealogist" Conference November 2006; Brussels Belgium institute Family History night March 2007.
"Will You Solve It: Probates at Work," Idaho Falls Family History Workshop, September 2006.
"Find it For Free," BYU Annual Computerized Genealogy Conference, March 2006.