Pat Stamm

Pat holds a degree in Management and Organizational Behavior from the University of Missouri. In genealogy, she is an associate of the Board for Certification of Genealogists and holds the credentials of Certified Genealogist and Certified Genealogist Lecturer, as well as a tested concentration of Genealogical Instruction. For the past nine years she served as the National Genealogical Society’s Education Manager developing classes and doing research trips for the organization. Now her multi-faceted business includes serving as a genealogical instructor for St. Louis Community College, Institute of Genealogy & Historical Research, and lecturing at local, state, and national levels.

Teaching: 

One Record Isn’t Enough  – Often, we build our family tree based on one record alone. But by exploring and connecting assorted records, we can build a more reliable and durable tree.

Time: 12:30-1:30pm  | October 13, 2018 

Developing A Genealogical Research Plan  – Planning, we all do it! We plan for major events like weddings, and reunions or routes for vacations. However, many genealogists never put the same preparation into their family research. Instead they perform hit or miss genealogy. Using a plan makes one a more effective researcher. But where does one start? This session will cover why to use a plan and the various steps involved in creating a plan.

Time: 1:45-2:45pm  | October 13, 2018