Born in Rhode Island, Claire has lived in a variety of locations throughout the world with Missouri currently being her home.
After raising a large family, she returned to education and completed her BS, MLIS and two AGs to further her career as an academic educator and an in depth ‘genealogy’ and ‘family history’ researcher, lecturer and instructor. She is currently working on her Ph.D. out of Grand Canyon University.
She devotes much of her time in the fields of leadership, management, technology, genealogy, family history, forensics, librarianship and education in a multiplicity of avenues while staying on top of the latest advances in each field.
“The Perfect Social Media: Family History & Genealogy”
Dissertation in process.
Elgin Genealogical Society
3 August 2021
“Breaking Down Brick Walls”
International Commission for the Accreditation of Professional Genealogists
- Accredited Genealogist: England: 2008-2023
- Accredited Genealogist: Mountain States: 2012-2022
24 April 2021
“O Canada:Census and Beyond Reserch Resources”
Council for the Advancement of Forensic Genealogy
“Foundations in Forensic Genealogy”
“Advances in Forensic Evidence Analysis”
“Getting the Most out of Your British Research at the Family History Library” SLC, UT
San Jose State University, California
Roger Williams University, Rhode Island
B.S. Computer Information Systems with honors