Sharing Genealogy Stories with Family – Devon Noel Lee
October 5 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Clearing the Genealogy Clutter: Tips to Stay Organized and Share Stories
Attracting the interest and engagement of your family members, especially individuals, involves two skills on a genealogist’s part: organization and storytelling. Younger generations want organized family history rather than a room full of paper clutter. The cherish stories that can be read or viewed. This seminar will share a few tips on cleaning out the clutter, so our beneficiaries will preserve and continue our research efforts. It will conclude with ways to make our research enjoyable for all.
Devon Noel Lee, Author, Speaker, and Family Historian, specializes in preserving and sharing family memories and motivating budding genealogists. She has authored a memoir and four family history how-to books, including the popular A Recipe for Writing Family History. Devon is a high energy speaker and lab instructor at local, state, national genealogy conferences and public libraries. She educates and inspires the genealogy world weekly through videos at FamilyHistoryFanatics.com. This former beauty queen reported on pageant news for 16 years. She’s a Texas Aggie with degrees in Marketing and Journalism. Currently, Devon is a home educator for five superheroes.