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Robin is the National Genealogy Examiner and a member of the South Carolina Genealogical Society - Columbia Chapter, and has presented for the following chapters: Anderson, Pinckney, Greenville, Columbia. She presented at the 41st Annual Summer Workshop of the South Carolina Genealogical Society held at the South Carolina Department of Archives and History July 12-13 in 2013. Libraries and museums that have requested presentations that she has honored include: Greenwood County Public Library, Lexington County Public Library (Cayce Branch), Union Carnegie Library, Richland Library (Main), and Union County Museum. She also presented at the 2010 symposium held at the Penn Center on African American Genealogy Resources. 

A regular presenter at the annual Charleston, SC Family History Workshop, Robin serves as a Team Lead for FamilySearch Wiki Support, a family history consultant in the Greenwood Ward of the Greenville, SC Stake of the Church of JESUS CHRIST of Latter-Day Saints, a volunteer at the Lawrence Local History and Genealogy Room of the Greenwood County Library, and a volunteer at the Greenwood, SC Family History Center.

"I have the ability to gear presentations to the needs and abilities of the audience.  Two presentations were recorded and are available among the research courses.  They will provide an example of my presentation style and knowledge.  Please be advised that in just a short time some information may be out of date or new and not included, but my live presentations contain the most recent details."

Sample presentation:         
Most Overlooked Record-Types in South Carolina

"You may ask why I present on both topics of social networking and genealogy.  In order to further the work of family history, it is imperative to have a working knowledge of how to make connections on social networks and access information in communities.  A savvy networker can breathe life into an organization and bring down brick walls in personal research.  My experience in both has helped me to be a successful networker, and I am willing teach others.  My presentations are powerful because I deliver them from my own experiences and insights gained through my own successes.

Below are some of the presentations that you can request.  I would suggest checking back often because  I take suggestions and will include them here.  Visit my new Facebook page, Ask Me to Present,  where I will be sharing tidbits from past presentations and upcoming appearances."

Finding Free Research Assistance and Free Resources
Go Social with Genealogy
You Can See Past 1870
How to Find the Living
The Most Overlooked Records
Researching the Slave Owning Family
Extending Your Memory with Oral History
Research Using a Timeline
Ways to Document Death
How Do I Start My Family History
Using the Census to Learn More
Researching by Locality
Google Books Search

Social Networking
Facebook:  Getting Started
                 Successful Community Pages
Twitter:     Getting Started
                 Networking on Twitter
Google Plus: Getting Started
                   Networking on Google Plus
Pinterest:   Getting Started
                 How to Get Noticed on Pinterest
LinkedIn:   Getting Started
                 How to Get Noticed on LinkedIn


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