At Home with DNA: Free Q&A Thursday 23 April 2020

Are you considering purchasing a DNA test? Have you taken a test but have questions about interpreting your results or what to do next? 

Since so many of us are practicing social distancing and staying home, now is the perfect time to learn more about DNA testing!

My colleague, Regina Negrycz of Ancestral Beginnings will be answering all your DNA-related questions during a free “At Home with DNA” Q&A session via Zoom* on Thursday, 23 April 2020 at 3:00 p.m. Eastern time. The Q&A is being hosted by Research, Write, Connect and is free, but you must register in advance.  Click here to reserve your spot now! 

The questions and answers portion will last for 30 minutes and there will be a special offer for attendees at the end. Due to privacy considerations, the Q&A will NOT be recorded.

* If you haven’t used Zoom before, consult the Zoom Support Center for more information on how to prepare to attend this meeting. We will NOT be able to provide technical support during the Q&A.

About Your Hosts

Regina Negrycz, Q&A facilitator
Regina Negrycz began researching her family history when she was eight years old. She wears many hats for her local genealogy society, is a member of seven other societies, serving as a proofreader on one of those societies. Regina’s interest in DNA has earned her a teaching role in Salt Lake City each December at the Salt Lake Christmas Tour. She recently spoke at the Genetic Genealogy of Ireland Conference in Dublin, Ireland in October, 2019.  Regina has also published two DNA quick guides with Family Roots Publishing.  Her love of city directories has led to the acquisition of approximately 1,000 city directories which are being documented in a unique database. Regina is on the board for a Friends Group for a future library in her community. She runs the website Ancestral Beginnings.

Lisa Alzo, Q&A moderator

Lisa A. Alzo, M.F.A., is a freelance writer, instructor, and internationally recognized lecturer specializing in Eastern European research and nonfiction writing. She is the author of eleven books and hundreds of magazine articles, and works as an online educator and writing coach. Lisa created the online course site Research, Write, Connect Academy to instruct and coach family historians in research and writing.

Seats for the DNA Q&A are limited, so be sure to register using this link.

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