Kay Rudolph at email@example.com
NAVARRE FAMILY HISTORY CENTER in Navarre, Florida: volunteer instructor during normal business hours, Saturday from 10:30 am to 1:30 pm.
Kay has conducted extensive research on families in the Deep South, particularly in Northwest Florida, Alabama, and Mississippi. Her personal family research has centered mainly in New England and the North Atlantic States, especially Massachusetts and New York; she has documented several family lines to their immigrant ancestors arriving in the America’s as early as the 17th century and as recently as the 20th century. Through her volunteer work at the Navarre Family History Center, she has researched families from across the United States and the Caribbean.
Read and write Spanish proficiently.
Salt Lake City Institute of Genealogy:
- Researching in Washington DC without Leaving Home (2017)
- Advanced Practicum (2016)
- Advanced Research Tools: Land Records (2016)
- Beyond the Library: Researching Original Resource Repositories (2015)
- Advanced Genealogical Methods (2014)
Institute of Genealogy and Historical Research:
- Researching African American Ancestors: Sources, Strategies, and Analysis (2018)
- Advanced Library Research: Law Libraries and Government Documents (2014)
- Research in the South [focus on Kentucky, Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi, Florida] (2013)
National Genealogical Society:
- Genetic Genealogy, Autosomal DNA (2018)
- Genealogy and the Law (2014)
- Mastering Genealogical Proof (2013)
- American Genealogy Home Study Course (2012)
National Genealogical Society Quarterly Study Group
ProGen Study Group 16 (2013)
Certificate, Genealogical Research, Boston University OL7 (2012)
CalState TEACH, Certificate, Multiple Subject Teaching Credential Program
B.A., Geography, and M.A., Energy and Resources, from University of California, Berkeley