We’re excited to announce that some of the biggest names in genealogy and family storytelling will be at RootsTech 2014 to help inspire us all to discovery and share the stories that connect our families—past, present, and future.
Ree Drummond, blogger and author, The Pioneer Woman
Ree is an award-winning blogger and New York Times bestselling author. Her popular website, The Pioneer Woman, was founded in 2006 and showcases her cooking, photography, and stories about country life.
Stephanie Nielsen, blogger and author, NieNie Dialogues
Stephanie’s story of survival and recovery after a plane crash captured the hearts of the nation. She has inspired others through interviews with Oprah Winfrey, on the Today Show, and in a Mormon Messages video.
Dr. Spencer Wells, project director, National Geographic Genographic Project
The Indiana Jones of genetics, Dr. Wells has traveled the world and collected the DNA of more than a half-million people to tell the story of the human journey.
Annelies van den Belt, CEO, DC Thomson Family History
Annelies is changing the way digital genealogical records are published and organized. Her company hosts 1.8 billion genealogical records across a family of online brands.
Todd Hansen, TV host, The Story Trek
Behind every door, there is a story. This TV series consists of random door-to-door interviews as Todd discovers who lives behind those doors and their real stories.
Judy Russell, blogger and professional genealogist, The Legal Genealogist
Judy, one of the most popular genealogy bloggers, helps others understand the interplay between genealogy and the law.
RootsTech is an annual, global family history event hosted by FamilySearch. This three-day conference (February 6–8, 2014) is designed to showcase how to discovery, share, and preserve your family history.
Thousands of attendees are expected from around the world. To accommodate growing demand, RootsTech 2014 is taking place on the east side of the Salt Palace Convention Center in downtown Salt Lake City, Utah.
For more information, visit rootstech.org.