Susan L. Ennis will highlight techniques for reviewing your genealogical data in order to glean new information from previous findings and understand what additional records exist. By using a variety of research examples, she will demonstrate how taking a closer look at your genealogical findings – as if through a zoom lens – can break down stubborn brick walls in your research.
Susan L. Ennis, a retired educator and librarian, teaches genealogy in western Pennsylvania and conducts research. Her specialties are writing, editing, and methodology. A 30-year member of the North Hills Genealogists of Pittsburgh, Susan is their newsletter co-editor and education chair. For Cranberry Genealogy, she serves as President and newsletter editor. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Communication Arts/English/Secondary Education, a Masters of Education in Communications Media, and a Masters of Library Information Science. Ennis served on the first-ever national advisory board for Scholastic Library Publishing from 2015-2020. A member of the Association of Professional Genealogists, Susan is also a retired member of the American Library Association, including the American Association of School Librarians and the Pennsylvania School Librarians Association. She has editorial credit on five published books and is a leader among educators with her organized, knowledgeable, and enthusiastic style.
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