New Lectures developed upon request
Will furnish masters for handouts
Will provide computer and LCD projector
Microphone (lavaliere type, if possible) required, dependent on room size
Will travel for engagements at locations within the US and internationally
Video taping and/or photographing is not permitted without prior written permission
Professional audio taping permitted with royalty
Home housing not accepted
Please visit my website for fee and travel expenses information
Margo Fariss Brewer is an active genealogical instructor, consultant and lecturer who resides in North Carolina. She is the co-leader of Ann-Mar Genealogy Trips to the Family History Library in Salt Lake City which she finds strengthens her research and teaching skills. She also teaches 6 genealogy courses (Beginning through Advance, Telling the Rest of Your Family's Story, a Genealogy Computer Lab and DNA for Genealogy at Duke University's OSHER Lifelong Learning Institute where she has been on the faculty since 2004.
Her specialties are methodology, military and land records, courthouse research and assisted research trips to the Family History Library. Her focus is on records within the continental United States.
Margo, a dynamic speaker, is available for meetings, seminars and workshops. Her lectures include PowerPoint presentations, handouts and a question-and-answer period. She encourages interaction with the audience with her enthusiasm, humor and organized approach to the topic.
She is the President of the Genealogical Speakers Guild and a member of the Association of Professional Genealogists, National Genealogical Society, Virginia Genealogical Society and several more state and local genealogical societies.