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Tuesday, November 5
Career Options for Professionals: A Panel Discussion  (Webinars)
6:00 pm to 7:15 pm

Presented by Danielle Batson, AG; Christy Fillerup; Rick Price, AG; Kelly Summers, AG

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This webinar will be a panel discussion about the different career options for professional genealogists. We will answer questions about our careers and how we prepared to be employed various genealogical careers. Come join us for an interesting discussion.

Danielle Batson, AG Danielle is an Accredited Genealogist in the U.S. Midwest States. She has worked for FamilySearch since 2000 and was a U.S./Canada reference consultant in the Family History Library for 13 years. She now works full time on the FamilySearch Research Wiki as the Wiki Content Manager.

Christy Fillerup Christy is the Research Teams Manager for Legacy Tree Genealogists, which means she oversees anything related to the research side of the business, including researchers, editors, and contractors. She is a past editor of the APG Quarterly, and a former Director of the Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy. She loves Southern brick-wall research and anything British.

Richard Price, MA, AG Richard is an Accredited Genealogist in English research and specializes in the research problems of English-descended families, with special emphasis on Colonial Immigration and Norfolk families. He is the owner of Price Genealogy, a research firm based in Salt Lake City.

Kelly Summers, MS, AG Kelly is an Accredited Genealogist in US Midwest, US Pacific, Spain & Mexico. She also specializes in Scandinavian and Chinese genealogical research. Kelly has been teaching Family History at Brigham Young University for over 13 years. She also teaches online courses for Salt Lake Community College in their Genealogy Program.




Tuesday, December 3
Career Options for Professionals: A Panel Discussion  (Webinars)
6:00 pm to 7:15 pm

Presented by Suzannah Beasley, AG; Stan Lindaas; Tanner Tolman, AG; and Gordon Remington, FUGA

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This webinar will be a panel discussion about the different career options for professional genealogists. We will answer questions about our careers and how we prepared to be employed various genealogical careers. Come join us for an interesting discussion.

Suzannah Beasley, AGSuzannah is an online instructor for Brigham Young University-Idaho. In addition, she provides custom research to numerous clients in her role as head genealogist at Global Genealogists. She has directed research projects from across the United States and around the world and is active in genealogy education.

Stan LindaasStan’s particular strength lies in twentieth century records, as he is a much sought-after probate researcher, locating heirs to estates for attorneys around the world. He is experienced in adoption cases, missing persons, and helping clients obtain dual citizenship. In addition, his company, Heritage Journeys, takes attendees on tours of their ancestors' countries of origin or on unique research tours around the globe.

Tanner Tolman, AGTanner became an Accredited Genealogist in the Denmark region in 2018 and later than year was hired by FamilySearch as a Nordic Research Consultant. He is a 2017 graduate of the BYU Family History/Genealogy program.

Gordon L. Remington, FUGA, FASGGordon L. Remington, FUGA, FASG, a native of western New York State, has 39 years’ experience as a professional genealogist. He is a nationally and internationally known author and lecturer on New York State records and research.