Fiona is a founder and research director of Eneclann, a Trinity College Campus Company. She manages teams of expert researchers to provide Irish and British family history; and a successful probate genealogy service. In 2008 Fiona traced the Irish origins of President Barack Obama back to the late 1600s. In June 2013 she met Mrs. Obama and her daughters on their visit to Trinity College, to give a short presentation on the President's deep Irish ancestry. Fiona has also completed government commissions to prepare family histories for public figures that have an Irish connection, including Hollywood actor Tom Cruise, and Princess Charlene of Monaco. Between 2005 and the present, Fiona leads the Eneclann research team to provide Irish research for the hit T.V. programmes - Who Do You Think You Are, and PBS's Faces of America, and Finding our Roots. Fiona is interested in research and publishing projects that bring Irish history to a wider popular audience.
; Emigration & Immigration
; Paleography (ancient/historical handwriting)
; Irish American
Time Period Specialty:
; 19th Century
; 20th Century
England ; Ireland
Irish, Latin, French
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