Pam has been researching family roots in Ireland, Massachusetts, New York, Ohio, and Germany for over twenty years. She is co-president of The Irish Ancestral Research Association (TIARA), the genetic genealogy director for the Massachusetts Genealogical Council and is a certificate holder from the Boston University Genealogical Research Certificate program. She lectures nationally, is a regular contributor to the NEHGS blog, Vita-Brevis, and has published articles on genetics and genealogy in the American Ancestors magazine. A native of Cleveland, Ohio, she grew up in West Virginia, and currently resides in the Boston area. During her earlier career she earned a BA in International Relations from the College of Wooster and a MS in Computer Science from Northeastern University.
Areas of expertise: Irish immigration, Irish records, DNA, church records, German, New York (both city and state), and New England.