This was the first time for me to present at RootsTech as well as visit Salt Lake City and I must state that both were very enjoyable! With so much to see and do at the conference, it was a wonderful smorgasbord of events for everyone.
The Expo Hall was filled with vendors and products that filled my head with ideas and my bag with items to use in my research. My husband and I also enjoyed getting our picture made with the tree man from RootsFinder.
What I especially enjoyed was presenting with Valerie Elkins and Rachel Trotter, two professionals who know the ins and outs of getting families involved in genealogical research. I learned so much from just listening to their presentations.
Not a bad group for 8:00 on a Saturday morning! When it came time for my presentation, I was so glad I had taken the advice of my professional speaker and presenter son, Michael Villareal, who recommended that I practice, practice, practice. Good advice! I felt totally at ease even with this huge group.
After the presentation, I was able to share a bit of information about my books . . .
and give my good friend, Cindy Medina, a big hug!
Thank you, Heidi Ertel, Tara Bergeson, and all the staff who helped organize and make RootsTech 2019 such a wonderful experience!
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That is so awesome!
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