Association of Professional Genealogists Announces Details for 2016 Professional Management Conference
Exceptional Speakers to Provide Diverse Topics for Broad Range of APG Membership
Early-bird registration for APG’s Professional Management Conference (PMC) is now open at www.apgen.org/conferences. Don’t miss PMC 2016 at the Allen County Public Library in Fort Wayne, Indiana, 22-24 September 2016
Enjoy Three FULL DAYS at APG’s first stand-alone genealogical conference focused on how professionals conduct genealogy. Here are highlights of what you’ll find at PMC 2016:
- Twenty-seven sessions put you in front of experts who know the needs of genealogical professionals
- A special Advanced Research track allows you to hone your skills
- Cutting edge talks focused on Forensic and Genetic Genealogy
- PMC Night at the ACPL features discussion groups on Starting a Genealogy Business and Starting a Forensic Genealogy Business
- Six Workshops at no extra cost
- Poster Sessions allow you to share the latest ideas and methodologies with fellow professionals
- The APG Annual Meeting keeps you in touch with the association
- And MUCH more!
Registration prices begin at $150, and PMC attendance is open to APG members and non-members. Attendees may choose to attend the full conference or a single day. Early-bird pricing ends 10 July 2016. Registration is now available at www.apgen.org/conferences, as are pricing and program details.
SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE
This comprehensive three day stand-alone conference has important professional development opportunities for all APG members whether you are an independent business owner, a library or archive professional, or those providing services supporting genealogy professionals. Topics cover technology, work productivity, advanced techniques, and special sessions on DNA and Forensic Genealogy.
SPEAKERS AND TOPICS
More than twenty genealogical speakers with wide-ranging expertise will cover topics showcasing the diverse needs of the professional genealogy community.
“Writing About and Citing DNA Test Results,” by Thomas Jones, Ph.D., CG, CGL, FASG
“Setting Rates as a Professional Genealogist,” by Billie Stone Fogarty, MEd
“Part-Time to Full-Time: Are You Ready,” by Catherine Desmarais, CG, Michael Hait, CG, and Melanie Holtz, CG
“Creating Genealogical Courses,” by Elissa Scalise Powell, CG, CGL
“Employing Multi-Media as a New Product and Revenue Stream – Video Module,” by Jan Joyce Ahrens, DBA
“Researching and Interpreting WWII American Military Casualty Files” by William L. (Bill) Beigel (WORKSHOP)
“Shift Procrastination to Productive Action: 16 Ways to Empower Professionals to Get More Done in Less Time and with Less Stress” by Karen M. Gridley (WORKSHOP)
“Genealogy for Love and Money,” by Mary Tedesco
“Principles of Pedagogy: The Art and Science of Teaching for Genealogy Professionals,” by Mary Penner (WORKSHOP)
“Virtual Coordinator: Managing a Genealogical Business in the Internet Age,” by Melanie Holtz, CG
“Creating a Social Media Marketing Strategy,” by Marian Pierre-Louis
“Working with with a Client’s DNA,” by Blaine Bettinger
“Become a Genealogical “Guide”: Rethinking Client Research,” by Bryna O’Sullivan
“Goal Setting for Genealogists,” by Janice Lovelace, PhD
“DNAGedcom: The Workhorse in Every Genealogist’s DNA Toolbox,” by Bethany Waterbury (WORKSHOP)
“Finding Dead Ancestors is Easy: Finding the Living Can Be a Challenge!,” by Michael Lacopo (WORKSHOP)
“Designing Effective Websites: Connecting with Your Intended Audience,” by Carla Cegielski
“Working with an Editor: Get Published!,” by Christy Fillerup.
and much more!
Visit www.apgen.org/conferences for full lecture details and speaker biographies to register for the 2016 PMC