Julie Miller / Birdie Holsclaw/ Bobbi King

Julie Miller, CG is a full-time professional genealogist. She has over thirty years research experience, is a national lecturer, past President of the Colorado Genealogical Society, and a genealogy columnist. She specializes in Colorado, Federal records, Catholic church records, and project management. Julie is a member of the NGS board of directors, President of the Colorado Chapter of APG, and a volunteer at the National Archives, Rocky Mountain Region. Web site

Birdie Monk Holsclaw, CG has served as officer, committee/board member, and volunteer for the Association of Professional Genealogists, the Federation of Genealogical Societies, the Colorado Genealogical Society; was a former indexer of the National Genealogical Society Quarterly (NGS); a contributor to the Association of Professional Genealogists Quarterly and The Colorado Genealogist. She was the 2003 winner of the NGS Family History Writing Contest, and received the 2004 Award for Excellence, National Genealogical Society Quarterly. She is a local and national lecturer, with special interest in problem solving using neighborhood reconstruction, land and related records (maps, census records, tax records, etc.); records of the deaf and blind. Web site

Roberta “Bobbi” King Bobbi has served as volunteer for the Colorado Genealogical Society, the CGS/Computer Interest Group, and is a past president of the Colorado Council of Genealogical Societies. She currently serves as secretary of the Federation of Genealogical Societies, and received the 2008 Award of Excellence from the Association of Professional Genealogists for her writing as a contributing columnist for the APG Quarterly.
Bobbi writes and lectures regularly on the homestead records. Her recent work features the African-American homesteaders, including the colony of Dearfield, Colorado, as well as Robert Ball Anderson, a former slave who became a large landholder in Nebraska, and whose wife Daisy lived to become a Colorado celebrity as the last surviving Union Civil War widow.
Bobbi continues to write for local newsletters, national genealogical publications, and FGS Society Strategy Series papers. She compiled the 2008 FGS Philadelphia Conference syllabus, the first FGS syllabus published as a CD and electronic pre-conference download.

CG, or Certified Genealogist, is a service mark of the Board for Certification of Genealogists (BCG) used under license after periodic examination by the Board.