Content Coordinator – Becks Kobel

Becks is better known as ‘The Hipster Historian’ and she is obsessed with history, 
the dead and telling the stories of those deceased by documenting their lives through various digital mediums. Her goal is to bring genealogy and intersectional history to the masses and younger generations by keeping the love of genealogy going throughout all generations — which includes my focus on feminist-oriented research and progressive values.

Find her online at The Hipster Historian

Graphic Designer – Emily Phillips 

Emily Phillips is a talented graphic designer who has a degree in graphic design from Saginaw Valley State University and she currently resides in Monroe County, Michigan.   She enjoys researching her French Canadian and Polish roots. In fact, researching her family tree has helped Emily make many new connections, including her distant Polish relatives, who she visited in 2016. They still live in her ancestral village of Jabłonka, Poland.

Find Emily online and view her work at her Online Portfolio 

Hereditary Society Outreach Coordinator

Kathleen Kaldis is very active in the genealogy community having been involved with the New England Historical Genealogical Society, the Massachusetts Genealogical Council and the Lexington branch of the Daughters of the American Revolution.  She recently established her own independent research service and frequently lectures on various genealogy topics.   She holds a Certificate in Genealogical Research from Boston University’s Center for Professional Education and completed the SLIG Advanced Evidence Practicum in 2018.

Contact Kathleen at Ancestorfinder1@gmail.com and on her Twitter.

Mentor Coordinator – David Allen Lambert

Bio coming shortly.

Secretary – Stephany Berry

Bio coming shortly.

Find Stephany @ (Coming Soon)

Social Media Coordinator – Adina Newman

Adina Newman is a professional genealogist and educator who resides in Massachusetts. As the founder of My Family Genie, Adina assists clients in their family research, particularly in cases related to Jewish genealogy and genetic genealogy. She also uses the platform to blog about her personal family history, the family history of reality TV celebrities, and strategies to assist others in their genealogy research. She has a doctorate in educational leadership and has completed the Boston University Certificate in Genealogical Research and the SLIG Virtual All-DNA Advanced Practicum. She also volunteers as a Facebook moderator for a Jewish genetic genealogy group.

Find her online at MyFamilyGenie.comFacebookInstagram and Twitter. .

Treasurer – Theresina Lloyd

Theresina Lloyd has been researching her family history for the past 11 years and has traced her family back to early Colonial times.   She currently resides in Orange County, California and is a proud Mom and Grandma!  Her vast experience in the field of accounting is a huge asset to the NextGen Genealogy Network.

Find Theresina online at her blog Searching For Family and Twitter.

Website – Tim Flight 

Bio coming shortly.

The NextGen Genealogy Network is operated on a volunteer basis by a team of young genealogists. Want to get involved? Let us know.