Virtual Chapter Thursday, May 18th
This Thursday, May 18th, the UGA Virtual Chapter will feature Kelly Summers, AG®, presenting Mexico Research Online. Many Mexican records have been digitized and are available online. This class will cover informaiton about finding and using online Mexican records such as Civil Registration and Church Records.
Kelly Summers is an Accredited Genealogist with an Associate's degree in Professional Genealogy and Bachelor's degree in Family and Community History, both from Brigham Young University, and a Master's degree in Insructional Design and Educational Technology from the University of Utah. She has three premier credentials through the International Commission for the Accreditation of Professional Genealogists (ICAPGen) demonstrating genealogical research expertise in U.S. Midwestern, U.S. Pacific, and Spain. Kelly is also an experienced researcher in Latin American (including Brazil), Southwestern European (Spain, Portugal, Italy and France) and Scandinavian countries.
Her research interests lie in kinship research in primary source records and rural community reconstruction. She designs curriculum and teaches university level courses at Brigham Young University and online courses for Brigham Young Independent Study. In addition she teaches online genealogy courses at Salt Lake Community College. She has taught a variety of genealogical topics at many local, regional and national conferences.
Kelly currently serves as Testing Committee Chair for ICAPGen, is a member of the Association of Professional Genealogists (APG), and is a lifetime member of UGA where she currently serves as president. She lives in Provo, Utah and her APG webpage is https://www.apgen.org/directory/search_detail.html?mbr_id=2240.