Allison Ryall
You spat in a tube, you mailed it off, and you got that email.  Your DNA results are ready, Now What? Allison Ryall can help you learn the ins and outs of how to understand your DNA results.
What is a Haplogroup? How many chromosomes? What is a centimorgans, and what does all this mean?
Decipher what your DNA says about you and your matches.

Allison Ryall is the Genealogy Specialist for the Orange County Library System and an instructor in Boston University’s Genealogical Research Program. Previously Allison worked with the National Genealogical Society as their Advertising and Marketing Manager and Graphic Designer and served as a grader for the National Genealogical Society’s Home Study Course. Allison also served as the conference tri-chair, program chair, and Ancestors Road Show Chair for the New England Regional Genealogical Conference and as the conference chair for the Association for Professional Genealogist’s annual conference. Prior to pursing her passion of genealogy Allison was a media executive and has extensive experience in the areas of research, media relations, program management, and marketing. She holds degrees in US History and Russian Studies and a Masters degree in American and New England Studies from the University of Southern Maine.

Allison Ryall will be presenting at Cooper Memorial Library on Thursday, September 13. Room 108 will open at 4:30 pm. The presentation will be held 5 pm-7 pm.

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