09 April 2018

Mondays' Meet The Speakers – Jamboree 2018

Paul Woodbury

Legacy Tree Genealogists

Paul Woodbury is a graduate of BYU where he studied genetics and genealogy. He also has a master’s degree in instructional design and educational technology from the University of Utah. Woodbury currently works as a senior researcher at Legacy Tree Genealogists. He specializes in genetic genealogy but also loves French, Spanish, Italian and Scandinavian genealogy. He researches and presents regularly in these fields and loves to share his knowledge with his students and clients.


Rhonda Lauritzen

Like Rain Publishing

Rhonda Lauritzen is a professional biographer and author on storytelling. She coaches clients on their own memoirs and writes articles on how to tell your story. Lauritzen has years of teaching experience. Before founding Evalogue.Life she served as a college vice president. It was her early start working in the family business, however, that inspired her first book--a love story and family business saga, told in her mother's voice.


LA (Butch) Hibben, CLA


Lynn A. (Butch) Hibben, CLA, a Certified Legacy Advisor, started in the computer field in the late 1950's while serving in the US Navy. A former square dance caller and an audio technician, he operated his own recording studio for a number of years. He has served as assistant director in the Corona Family History Center helping maintain their computers for over a decade. He has been a teacher and lecturer for most of his life. Find him at the Living Legacy Project tab on www.circlemending.org.


Schelly Talalay Dardashti

Journalist and genealogist Schelly Talalay Dardashti, the US Genealogy Advisor for MyHeritage, has traced her family across Spain, Belarus, Russia, Lithuania, and Iran for some 30 years. The former Jerusalem Post genealogy columnist and award-winning pioneer Jewish geneablogger created “Tracing the Tribe – Jewish Genealogy on Facebook" (18,000+ members), and has written for FamilyTree Magazine, NGS Quarterly, JTA and others. She co-administers two DNA projects at FTDNA.

Southern California Genealogical Society
49th Annual Southern California Genealogy Jamboree
#SCGS2018 @scgsgenealogy.com

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