Are you ready to take your DNA research to the next level? What do those DNA results really mean? Go beyond ethnicity estimates and get on the road to breaking down those genealogical brick walls!
Katherine Borges, a premier speaker specializing in DNA for genealogy research, will be presenting ‘Did my DNA- What Do I Do Now?’ at the Texas Genealogical College workshop on Saturday, October 27th in Houston, TX. Katherine is the Co-Founder and Director of the non-profit, non-commercial International Society of Genetic Genealogy [ISOGG].
Katherine Borges has been involved in genetic genealogy since its beginning. Katherine explains the organization she co-founded this way; “ISOGG promotes and educates about genetic genealogy to over 8,000 members in 70 countries. We work to increase professional standards in the practice, research, and discussion of relevant issues in DNA testing, interpretation, and ethics. I now give many presentations on genetic genealogy to groups across the United States and the United Kingdom, as well as administering several surname, regional, and haplogroup DNA projects.”
Katherine Borges is a member of the Southern California Genealogical Society, Daughters of the American Revolution, and Colonial Dames of the XVII Century. She was named the 2016 Genetic Genealogist of the Year by Surname DNA Journal, for her contributions to this burgeoning specialty area of genealogy research. She was a presenter on DNA at the ‘Who Do You Think You Are – LIVE’ in Birmingham England. In 2017, she was a featured presenter for the International Genetic Genealogy Conference.
Don’t miss Katherine’s presentation ‘Did my DNA- What Do I Do Now?’ at the TGC event on October 27, 2018.