User:Korirobbins

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Kori Robbins, AG®[edit | edit source]

Kori Robbins, AG® has a BA in Family History/Genealogy from Brigham Young University and is accredited in research in England. She worked as a British Reference Consultant at the Family History Library and then Staff Information Services Specialist until her first child was born. While raising children, she conducted part-time private research and volunteered at the Family History Library. In 2019, she rejoined the British Isles Team at the Family History Library as a British Isles Research Specialist. She and her husband, H.J., are the parents of six children.

Education[edit | edit source]

  • BA in Family History/Genealogy from Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah, (2001)
  • AA in Floral Design Management and AS in General Studies from Ricks College, Rexburg, Idaho (1998)

Accreditation[edit | edit source]

Accredited Genealogist® in England Research by the International Commission for the Association of Professional Genealogists, ICAPGen® since 2003

Employment[edit | edit source]

Experience[edit | edit source]

  • Family History Library, 2019-current: British Isles Research Specialist
  • Private and sub-contracting researcher, 2008-2019
  • Family History Library, 2012-2015: British Reference Volunteer
  • Family History Library, 2005-2006: Staff Information Services Specialist
  • Family History Library, 2001-2005: British Reference Consultant

Teams[edit | edit source]

  • British, Asian, Nordic Research Team
  • Virtual Genealogy Consultations Core Team

Presentations[edit | edit source]

"'I Give and Bequeath': English Probate Records" at the Family History Library and RootsTech 2020

"Using the Wiki and ScotlandsPeople for Scottish Research" for the Family History Library

"How Genealogists Use DNA" for the Family History Library

"Start with What You Know, Analyze What You Know" for the Family History Library

"That's English?! Reading Old Handwriting" for the Family History Library