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Are you overwhelmed with paper or digital files? Do you get frustrated with all of the options for researching? We know the struggle is real! We can help. We’ve got experts that can help you deal with your digital files and paper files. We’ve also got coaches that can help get your brain organized – helping you create research plans and step-by-step methods for making new discoveries in your family tree.

Click below to select which topic you need help with. Then click on a coach to learn more about them. Then schedule a 15, 30, or 60 minute coaching session and you will be on your way to order and peace in your genealogical pursuits.

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Denise May Levenick

The Family Curator, Heirloom Preservation Expert

Denise May Levenick, MA, Is the author of How to Archive Family Keepsake and How to Archive Family Photos and creator of the award-winning website She is a national speaker and an instructor for GRIP, the Genealogical Research Institute of Pittsburgh, helping family historians learn how to preserve family photos, memorabilia, and genealogy records. See More...

Cyndi Ingle

Expert in Online Genealogy Sources

Cyndi Ingle, a genealogist for more than 36 years, is the creator of; author of three books for genealogical research on the Internet; a past member of the board of directors for the National Genealogical Society; and an active member in several other genealogical groups. See More...

Valerie Elkins

Researcher, Family Historian

Valerie is a professional family history researcher, presenter, writer and lover of great stories. Over 20 years experience, former International Research Consultant at the Family History Library, trainer of Family History Consultants, and consultant and researcher for several TV genealogy shows. See More...

Nicka Smith

Let's bust down those brick walls!

Nicka Smith is a professional photographer, speaker, and documentarian with more than 17 years of experience as a genealogist. She has extensive experience in African ancestored genealogy, reverse genealogy, sharing genealogy with youth, using creative ways to document the ancestral journey. See More...

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