The Friends of the National Archives Southeast Region are pleased to sponsor the presentation "Reporting to Yourself: Keeping Track of What You’ve Already Done” with Jennifer P. Dondero, June 3rd, 2014.
Summary: Genealogy is more than just names, dates, and places. Learn how to keep track of other information for continued research success. Research logs, note KEEPing and taking, as well as memos and reports will be discussed.
Presenter: An avid genealogist for over twenty years, Jennifer has been a professional genealogist since 2005. She first began working as a full-time professional in the Genealogy Department of the Daughters of the American Revolution. In 2008 she decided to move on to new challenges and left the DAR to start her own company, J.P. Dondero Genealogy.
Jennifer’s professional specialties include lineage applications, southern research, and National Archives Records. She enjoys teaching and writing as well as researching and lecturing. Her personal research is based in north Georgia, especially Pickens and Gordon Counties. She loves the challenge of a brick wall problem as well as going beyond just dates and places to discover the social history of the locations and people she encounters.
When the pressure of breaking down brick walls formed from that famous Georgia red clay becomes too much, Jennifer enjoys Highland and Irish dancing. Before becoming a full-time genealogist, she earned a B.A. in Math/Economics with a minor in History from Agnes Scott College. She immediately followed this with a M.S. in Operations Research from Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech).
This presentation will be broadcast live on June 3rd, 2014 [1st Tuesday]:
· 2:00 pm Eastern
· 1:00 pm Central
· 12:00 pm Mountain
· 11:00 am Pacific
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