A Millennial’s Guide to Genealogy by Adina Newman

Webinar: A Millennial’s Guide to Genealogy
Speaker: Adina Newman
When: Tuesday, May 17, 2022 at 8:00pm Eastern

Program Description:
Hear a millennial genealogist’s perspective on how to recruit the younger generations into genealogy and what skills millennials can bring to the table.

Speaker Bio:
Adina Newman, EdD, is the owner of My Family Genie, where she assists clients with their research and blogs about her own family history. Her main interests are in Jewish genealogy, genetic genealogy, and New England. She has a doctorate in educational leadership and the certificate in genealogical research from Boston University. She volunteers as a Facebook moderator for a Jewish genetic genealogy group, Social Media Coordinator for NextGen Genealogy Network, and a discussion leader for ProGen 50. She was also a 2020 recipient of the AncestryProGenealogists scholarship.

VGA Members can register for this webinar via the Zoom link in the Upcoming Webinars area of the Members Center. Please contact info@virtualgenealogy.org if you have any questions.


  1. HI, Would you let me know how to view the WEbinar on May 17 at 8pm. This is my first one and not sure I even signed up correctly.

    • Thank you for reaching out! You go to the VGA website (virtualgenealogy.org) and under the tab on the right called “Members Center” you can select “Member Login.” Once you are logged in, under the “Members Center” tab you will see “Upcoming Webinars.” On that page you will see all of the current upcoming webinars and SIGs. Underneath each one there is a hyperlink that says “Register Here.” Click on that and you will find the Zoom registration page where you enter in your name and e mail. Once you have registered, Zoom will send an e mail to you with the link to access the program on Tuesday. I hope that helps! Please feel free to send an e mail to info@virtualgenealogy.org if you have any other questions.

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