New Member

Introducing Amber Goodpaster Tauscher

CAFG welcomes our newest associate member of the mentoring program, Amber Goodpaster Tauscher. Amber has sixteen years of experience conducting genealogical research in repositories across the United States, one year professionally. She is  a 2011 graduate of Boston University’s Genealogical Research Certificate Program and the Forensic Genealogy Institute in 2012. [Read More]

Melanie Holtz, CG – Newest Junior Member to CAFG

CAFG is proud to announce that Melanie Holtz, CG has moved from the mentor program level into the Junior Member level. Melanie has completed more than 300+ hours on dual citizenship cases and approximately 160 hours on military repatriation cases. Our previous blog to introduce Melanie is here: Congratulations, [Read More]

CAFG Welcomes Charlene M. Pipkin, AG

CAFG is pleased to announce the newest member of the Mentoring Program, Charlene M. Pipkin, Accredited Genealogist  (U.S. Midwest and Great Plains). She assists individuals to connect to the records that correctly identify their ancestors. She has onsite research experience in repositories and court houses across the U.S.– from the [Read More]

CAFG Welcomes Linda Woodward Geiger, CG

We are very excited to announce our newest member in our Forensic Genealogy Mentor Program. She is a professional historical and genealogical researcher, author and lecturer. Linda is an associate of the Board for Certification of Genealogist (BCG), holding credentials as a Certified Genealogist, and as a Certified Genealogical Lecturer. [Read More]