Apryl Cox, BA, MBA, AG®, is a professional researcher and lecturer who has been researching and teaching family history for more than 20 years. She is an Accredited Genealogist® in England research through the International Commission for the Accreditation of Professional Genealogists, internationally recognized as ICAPGen. She is also a member of the Association of Professional Genealogists.Apryl conducts client research and consultation; teaches family history courses at Brigham Young University; and lectures at national, state and local conferences. She is currently writing curriculum for a two-year online applied associate degree in family history for BYU-Idaho.She serves as an ICAPGen commissioner and as the co-chair of the ICAPGen Testing Committee. Her geographic areas of expertise include England and the United States. Subjects of particular interest for her include methodology, evidence analysis, probate research, and lesser-used records of England – topics on which she frequently lectures.
For this conference Apryl will be presenting:
Incorporating Evidence Analysis in a Research Report
Levels II & III-Written Exam and Oral Review with samples
Anita has served 12 years at the Family History Center in Brigham City, Utah as a family history consultant, teacher, and staff trainer. She loves teaching Scandinavian research to the community. She is a volunteer FamilySearch Wiki Contributor, and is in the process of making “how to books” on Scandinavian research for her workshops. She has been a professional genealogist for 5 years. She will have her AG this year.Her class at the upcoming ICAPGen Conference is entitled:”Clues in Scandinavian Vital Records”.