Date: 10 January 2024
Time: 1:00–2:30 p.m. Eastern Time
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Join Alec Ferretti, chair of APG's Advocacy Committee, as he discusses how APG has been working to lobby for the interests of genealogists worldwide, and how all genealogists can — and should — be involved in advocacy efforts.
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About the Presenter: Alec Ferretti is a New York City-based professional genealogist specializing in the genealogy of 20th-century immigrants to the United States. He works for the Wells Fargo Family & Business History Center and is a graduate of NYU and LIU’s dual master’s program, with degrees in archives and library science. He is the President of the New York Genealogy & Technology Group, an informal organization that meets bimonthly to discuss topics brought forth by members. He is also on the board of Reclaim the Records, a nonprofit dedicated to wrangling public records from restrictive government agencies.