"From Bourbon to Blue Jeans." Online event of the Phoenix Jewish Genealogy Group, Sunday, May 23, 2021 #germany #usa #announcements
The Phoenix (Arizona) Jewish Genealogy Group is pleased to feature Suzanne Kelting Myers, D.O., who will present "From Bourbon to Blue Jeans: Bavarian Jews and Their Influence on America Culture" at our online meeting, Sunday, May 23 from 1-3 PM (PDT). The event is free of charge and open to all.
Suzanne Kelting Myers, D.O. is fascinated by the immigration of Jewish immigrants during the 19th century and how they became involved in various vocations, especially those in the American West. She uses her anthropology perspective as an approach to genealogy, her teaching background to communicate and educate, and her medical training to integrate science (including DNA) into her research. She is the editor of Tidbits, the newsletter for the West Valley Genealogical Society in Youngtown, and has been involved with the San Francisco Area Jewish Genealogical Society’s project to transcribe all Jewish burial records in the Bay Area.
Taking up genealogy seriously about 15 years ago, she has traveled to four European countries and more than a dozen states to pursue her family’s history. She has completed Boston University’s certificate program and is an alumnus of the ProGen study group. Her educational opportunities to genealogical institutes have been facilitated by a ProGenealogist scholarship in 2020 and the Donn Devine scholarship in 2021.
She is the owner of Expedition Genealogy and is Adjunct Faculty at Midwestern University in the College of Osteopathic Medicine.