Education and Programs

American Ancestors / New England Historic Genealogical Society Staff

Ginevra Morse
Director of Education and Online Programs
Ginevra Morse

Ginevra Morse joined the NEHGS staff in 2010 as Publications Coordinator, transitioning to the Education team as Online Education Coordinator in 2013. In that role, Ginevra developed the American Ancestors Online Learning Center: an online portal to resources including webinars, online courses, subject guides, and more. In 2014 Ginevra became the Director of Education and Online Programs. Today she oversees all education programs, including research tours and programs, seminars, workshops, online programs, conferences, group visits, offsite lectures, youth education, and community events. Ginevra previously worked in marketing for an academic, foreign language publisher, where she created webinars and other online learning initiatives for teachers. Ginevra holds a B.A. in anthropology from McGill University in Montréal.

Ginevra can be reached at gmorse@nehgs.org or 617-226-1227



Tricia Labbe
Education Coordinator
Tricia Labbe

A graduate of Clark University with an MA and a BA in History, Tricia comes to NEHGS with several years of customer service and administrative experience. Some of her previous professional roles have been at the American Antiquarian Society, the People’s World Peace Project, Skinner Inc., and the Worcester Historical Museum. Tricia is very interested in both New England and immigration history and spent her undergraduate and graduate years researching the Acadian Deportation of 1755 - a topic closely tied to her own family history and Maine roots.

Tricia can be reached at tricia.labbe@nehgs.org or 617-226-1226



Dustin Axe
Youth Genealogy Curriculum Coordinator
Dustin Axe

Dustin studied Social Studies education at Purdue University. He is a licensed teacher with more than 15 years of experience teaching a variety of subjects to students in informal settings. His previous work experience includes the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago. There he developed and led hands-on science labs for students of all ages and backgrounds.

Dustin can be reached at dustin.axe@nehgs.org or 617-226-1265