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Mindi Stevens has been researching her own family history for 25 years and has been working as a professional genealogist for 15 years. Her areas of research experience include United States, Canada, England and Ireland. She is currently working as a research consultant in the US/Canada area of the Family History Library in Salt Lake City.
- 2012 Samford Institute of Genealogy & Historical Research – Advanced Methodology & Evidence Analysis
- 2011 Samford Institute of Genealogy & Historical Research – Intermediate Genealogy & Historical Studies
- 2010 Samford Institute of Genealogy & Historical Research – United States Military Records
- Numerous local and national Family History conferences
- 2009 Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy
- BYU Family History Certificate program
- University of Utah Business Management Certificate Program
- Member of APG, NEHGS, DUP, NYGBS
- Co-Chair of ICAPGen 2012 Conference
- Local Chair of 2005 National FGS Conference
- Served two years as 1st Vice President of UGA, also treasurer, chapter support chair, and president of the Salt Lake Chapter.
- Chair of the UGA 2005 Spring Seminar
- Served as a Family History Consultant and volunteer at two Family History Centers
- Director of several multi-stake Family History Conferences
- Speaker/teacher at local and national Family History conferences
- Worked as a volunteer for several years at the Daughters of Utah Pioneers Museum in the History Department
- Currently working with Midvale City to renovate the abandoned Cutler Hill Pioneer Cemetery into a memorial park
- Conference Coordinator for 2010 and 2012 patient and health-care provider conferences for OFFER (Organization for Fatigue and Fibromyalgia Education and Research), a non-profit organization
- This page was last modified on 8 May 2013, at 16:35.
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