Kennyatta D. BerryThe
Oklahoma Genealogical Society's
2019 Spring Seminar
with
 
Kenyatta D. Berry
Featured speaker
 
Saturday, March 9, 2019
Chesapeake Room
Oklahoma History Center
Kenyatta D. Berry is genealogist and lawyer with more than 15 years of experience in genealogical research and writing. She began her genealogical journey while in law school and studying at the State Library of Michigan in Lansing. A native of Detroit, Berry graduated from Bates Academy, Cass Technical High School, Michigan State University and Thomas M. Cooley Law School. She has deep roots in Detroit, her ancestors have lived in Detroit since the 1920’s.
 
A frequent lecturer and writer, she focuses on African American, Slave Ancestral Research, Land Records, and DNA. Her geographic specialties are Georgia, North Carolina, Virginia, DC, New England, and the mid-Atlantic.  Berry has been featured in Real Simple, Jet, Wall Street Journal, Orange County Register, Sacramento Bee, Wave Newspaper and other publications. She has been a guest on numerous radio programs including MakeItPlain #WomensWednesday on SiriusXM Radio. Kenyatta has appeared on numerous morning news shows in various markets and recently appeared on The Real where she revealed the DNA results of the Hosts.  She is also a former president of the international Association of Professional Genealogists. 
 
On March 11, 2016, Kenyatta received a California Legislature Assemblyman Resolution from the Honorable Jim Cooper on the floor of the State Capitol where he declared March 11th, Kenyatta D. Berry day. The Resolution recognized her work in the genealogy industry and on Genealogy Roadshow. She also received a Resolution from the City of Sacramento on March 12, 2016, recognizing her work in Slave Ancestral Research and on Genealogy Roadshow.
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Oklahoma Genealogical Society's

2019 Spring Seminar

$50 OGS member / $60 non-member (includes lunch)
 

Conference  Topics

Saturday, Mar 9, 2019
    Surprises from Genealogy Roadshow
    Reunion Planning Tips from a Professional
    Strategies for African American Research
    Using DNA with Your Genealogy
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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