CAFG Forensic Genealogy Blog
The Council for the Advancement of Forensic Genealogy is pleased to announce their newest advanced member, Vera Shpolyansky. She is a full time, professional genealogist. Vera has been a researcher since 1996, and is a current member of the Association of Professional Genealogists. She lives and works in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
Council for the Advancement of Forensic Genealogy (CAFG) has set the dates for the 2015 Forensic Genealogy Institute. Foundations in Forensic Genealogy will be March 23-25. The advanced track will be March 26-28. The annual Institute is held at the Dallas Wyndham Love Field. More details will be announced soon.
On March 2, CAFG added five seats to the Advanced Track to meet the high demand for the course. Those additional seats filled within two hours of the social media announcements. CAFG is now accepting wait list registrations for the Advanced Track and full registrations for the Foundations in Forensic Genealogy. Only a few seats remain in Foundations. Foundations is a prerequisite for the advanced course. Those who attend Foundations this year will be eligible for the next Advanced.
The Council for the Advancement of Forensic Genealogy is pleased to announce that 4 additional seats have been added for the Advanced Track of the Forensic Genealogy Institute, March 27-29 in Dallas. Part of what appeals to people about an institute vs a conference is the small class size and opportunities for individual interaction. The Forensic Genealogy Institute offers access to all the instructors, all day during the Institute.