Speaker's Bureau - Emily D. Aulicino

Background information

Address:7814 SE 36th Ave;
Portland, OR 97202
E_mail:[email protected]

Emily D. Aulicino is a retired teacher and has been researching her family's genealogy for nearly 40 years. She has traveled nationally and internationally for that research. She administers five email lists on RootsWeb and four on Yahoo, one of which helps genealogists and non-genealogists write their own family and personal memories. She is the Regional Coordinator and Speaker of the International Society of Genetic Genealogists (ISOGG) for the states of Oregon, Washington and Idaho. She manages thirteen DNA projects through Family Tree DNA (FTDNA) including six surname projects, three genealogical society project (financially benefiting each society), one haplogroup project, and three geographical projects, including the entire country of Ireland. She established and chairs the DNA Interest Group for the Genealogical Forum of Portland. In November of 2005, she attended the Family Tree DNA (FTDNA) International DNA Conference in Washington DC, held at the National Geographic Headquarters in connection with their Genographic Project. In 2007 she spoke at the FTDNA conference in Houston, and in 2009 and 2010 she attended the WDYTYA (Who Do You Think You Are) conference in London, the largest genealogy/DNA convention in the world. Emily teaches two writing classes for Portland Parks and Recreation for seniors.

Member of GCO:Yes.
Fees:$75 up — Negotiable depending upon service (see "Other Comments")
Will you travel?Yes.
How far?How far? Anywhere upon request if travel and housing expenses are paid.
Do you require reimbursement
of transportation costs?
Yes, if by car at the IRS mileage of $.56 per mile. By air, the total expense.
Do you require reimbursement
of food costs?
Do you accept home housing?Yes (non-smoking only).
Can you provide syllabus materials?Yes, at $.05 per printed side.
What AV equipment do you require?Projector for Power Point Presentations, screen, table for laptop and a table for book display.
What Audio aids do you require?What Audio aids do you require? Only needed in very large rooms or with hearing impaired audience.
Do you have items
for sale at the lecture?
Yes, my booklet on writing one's memories, and my book on Genetic Genealogy: The Basics and Beyond, published by AuthorHouse.com and available at Amazon.com and Barnes and Noble online as a paperback of e-book.
Does the sponsoring society receive a commission from sales?No.
Other Comments.I am available to help genealogical societies understand the benefits of Genetic Genealogy (use of DNA testing to aid traditional research), to set up a DNA Interest Group and to establish a DNA Project which will provide a source of income for the society. I also offer email support for the Interest Group and the DNA Project. These fees are separate from the speaking fee. Email for details.


Other topics are covered upon request. Fees are negotiable at this time.

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