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My current position is as a User Guidance Coordinator with my areas of responsibility including Scandinavia and the United States.  
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My current position is as a User Guidance Coordinator with my primary areas of responsibility including Scandinavia and the United States.  
  
 
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I have worked for the Family History Department and Family History Library in the following: Reference Consultant, Correspondence Specialist, Cataloging cross training; VIP Projects, Publications Coordinator, Intern Training, Product Management, Editing, Instructional Design, User Guidance Team Leader and User Guidance Coordinator.
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I have worked for the Family History Department and Family History Library in the following: Reference Consultant, Correspondence Specialist, Cataloging cross training; VIP Projects, Publications Coordinator, Intern Training, Product Management, Editing, Instructional Design, User Guidance Team Leader and User Guidance Coordinator.  
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About Me

I grew up in Southeastern Idaho approximately 100 miles from Yellowstone National Park but have lived in Utah since I was 20 years old.

Professional

My current position is as a User Guidance Coordinator with my primary areas of responsibility including Scandinavia and the United States.

Education

I graduated from both Ricks College and Brigham Young University earning multiple degrees in Education, Human Development and Psychology with minors from both schools in Genealogy. I am a Retired Accredited Genealogist with ICAPGen having accreditations in Sweden and American Indian.

Work Experience

I have worked for the Family History Department and Family History Library in the following: Reference Consultant, Correspondence Specialist, Cataloging cross training; VIP Projects, Publications Coordinator, Intern Training, Product Management, Editing, Instructional Design, User Guidance Team Leader and User Guidance Coordinator.

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