Jennifer has been engaged in genealogical research for over fifteen years, having first focused on her own family's history, then working with friends and extended family before opening her professional practice. Her background includes a B.A. in Anthropology, an M.Sc. in Epidemiology, and extensive experience as a Research Scientist for the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth. Jennifer has trained formally in genealogical research, holding certificates in Genealogical Research from Boston University and Genetic Genealogy from Excelsior College. She has completed ProGen 32, and has served as a Facilitator for the Boston University Genealogical Research certificate program and as faculty for the Institute of Genealogy & Historical Research in Georgia. Jennifer serves as a forensic genealogist volunteer for the DNA Doe Project. Rigorous ongoing study includes attendance at classes, conferences, seminars, and major genealogy institutes.
Jennifer enjoys working closely with clients and strives to set realistic research goals collaboratively, taking into account each client's unique priorities. All work is performed in accordance with the Association of Professional Genealogists' Code of Ethics, the Board for Certification of Genealogists' Genealogy Standards, and the National Genealogical Society Guidelines, ensuring professionalism and quality. Whether you're looking to extend the reach of your family tree, or better understand the results of a modern DNA test, see how Jennifer can help you strengthen your connection with relatives past.