Jeanette Daniels, B.S., AG, CGRS, has volunteered at the FHL, Salt Lake City, as a reference consultant in the Scandinavian section. She has been associated, since 1989, with Know Your Heritage, a non-profit organization. Currently she is involved in free-lance client research. She lectures at genealogical seminars and teaches genealogy research through the Heritage Genealogy College, at Salt Lake Community College.

Marietta Glauser put her education on hold to raise her children, returning to college in 2000 as a student of genealogy through Heritage Genealogical College/Salt Lake Community College. AS (magna cum laude) from Salt Lake Community College 2004. HGCC (certificate) from Heritage Genealogical College 2003. Member of the Alpha Chi Eta Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa International Scholastic Order. Marietta has volunteered at the Family History Library (international records) in Salt Lake since 1966. Volunteer at her local Family History Center 1966-2000. She loved hearing stories about her ancestors but got passionately interested in genealogy through her volunteer work. Areas of interest include Greece, Germany, France, and the United States.

Diana Harvey, B.S., M.ED., has been researching family history since 1989. She completed the NGS home study course and several seminars on research methodologies and her HGCC (certificate) from Heritage Genealogical College in 2003. She has presented genealogy workshops for the DAR and has had an article published in The Report of the Ohio Genealogical Society. She is currently researching records from Ireland and Poland, and has been a Heritage Genealogy College student, since 2001, at Salt Lake Community College and now at Heritage Genealogical College in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Carol Hubbell Ouellette graduated from the University of Colorado, later developing an interest in genealogy, enrolling in the Heritage Genealogy College/Salt Lake Community College in 2001. Her interest and desire to pursue a genealogy career is best expressed by Donald Sidney Hubbell, a distant cousin: "Let each man tell his tale before retiring into oblivion in order that all men may know the direction he took and ponder the reason why he did so . . . we will all be —if not wiser, at least better informed."
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