Presented by Lori Lee Sauber on 19 Sep 2019
Stages of life leave easy to follow footsteps from the cradle to the grave. Many, many footsteps. Before launching on a research journey some decisions need to be made first. What we do with our research information when we’re done is key to knowing how to maintain an organized research process. This lecture provides A to Z guidance for managing a genealogical research project so you get the outcome of your dreams every time. Learn how basic project management techniques and the use of creative tools will vault your research process into assured success.
Lori Lee Sauber is the Owner of LSquared Innovations and Inventor of the L2Scrollio Research Kits. She holds a BFA in Fiber Arts and Textiles and a Certificate of Genealogy and Family History, both from the University of Washington. She retired from the corporate world after a 35-year career in textile technology, team leadership, and project management for global retail companies. Lori Lee has been researching family histories for over 20 years. Member of Association of Professional Genealogists, Seminar Chair for Seattle Genealogical Society, DAR, and WA State Genealogical Society’s Speaker Directory.