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					EMILY WILBUR
emily_wilbur@yahoo.com  (801)870.2880  www.emilywilbur.com
EDUCATION:

BA from Brigham Young University, 25 April 2003 Major: Family History Genealogy / Minor: Business Management Major GPA: 3.91; Overall GPA: 3.81 Academic Awards: BYU, University Academic Scholarship: 1999-2003 BYU, ORCA Research Scholarships Recipient: 2002, 2003 BYU, Mansfield Internship Scholarship to Boston: 2002

EMPLOYMENT EXPERIENCE:

Family History Library March 2005 to present Salt Lake City, UT  Answer patron questions associated with the British Isles, Ireland, Australia, Channel Islands, India, Isle of Man, New Zealand, the Internet, and computers.  Answer correspondence via email regarding research questions. Price and Associates, Inc. November 2004 to present Salt Lake City, UT  Provide expert genealogical research for clients in all areas of the British Isles and Ireland.  Compose research reports, logs, and family groups for each client. Private Researcher January 2004 to present Salt Lake City, UT  Research for private clients and send detailed reports, copies, and logs for each order.  Organize all client data, company finances, and marketing.  Create and maintain company website at www.emilywilbur.com MyFamily.com August 2003 to April 2004 Orem, UT  Helped customers with sales orders, research questions, and website usage.  Co-authored the certification training for all call center employees. Center for Family History and Genealogy January 2001 to August 2003 Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah  Taught classes to all beginning family history students, including classes on basic genealogical computer programs, Internet sites, and research techniques.  Researched and compiled data as a research assistant for Dr. George Ryskamp, AG.

OTHER EXPERIENCE:

ORCA Research Project – British Isles April 2003 to May 2003 Scholarship Award, BYU, Provo, Utah  Conducted a survey of emigration records in the National Archives, the British Library, the National Archives of Scotland, and many county record offices.  Published an emigration article in the Utah Genealogical Journal, vol. 31, No. 3 (2003): 138-140. Internship – New England Historic Genealogical Society April 2002 to August 2002 Boston, Massachusetts  Learned, in-depth, how to use most major New England genealogical sources, including family histories, journals, microfilm, manuscripts, and rare books.  Answered technical research requests from patrons all over the world.

SKILLS: REFERENCES:

Genealogist, paleography, Internet searching, Personal Ancestral File, Word, WordPerfect, PowerPoint, Excel. Available Upon Request


				
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