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Jarrett Ross: The Future of Genealogy HYBRID MEETING

Sunday, November 10, 2024, 1:00 PM until 3:30 PM Eastern Time (US & Canada) (UTC-05:00)
The Cardinal in North Hills, Raleigh
4030 Cardinal at North Hills Street
Raleigh, NC  
Additional Info:
Event Contact(s):
Deborah Long
Monthly Meetings
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This will be a hybrid meeting. Zoom link will be sent one week in advance of the event.
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Jarrett Ross



Jarrett Ross will discuss the tools and technology being developed today which may have a big impact on the future of genealogy and genetic genealogy. This talk will discuss AI, Facial Recognition Software, low SNP artifact testing, and much more. 

Jarrett Ross, also known as the GeneaVlogger, began seriously researching his own family history in 2009 while finishing his undergraduate degree at the University of Pittsburgh. Since then he has successfully connected with thousands of relatives all over the World, helped build hundreds of trees for people of varying ancestral backgrounds, and has worked on hundreds of genealogical projects of varying types. Jarrett has found a specialty in Genetic Genealogy and Sephardic Jewish research with an emphasis on the Portuguese Jewish Community of Amsterdam. Jarrett’s other main focuses of research are in Jewish Agricultural Societies of Southern New Jersey, Ashkenazi Jewish ancestry in the Pale of Settlement, Jews in America, and Jews in Ukraine. Along with his areas of focus, Jarrett also has extensive experience with research in a variety of ancestral backgrounds from all over the World, including an array of experience in genetic genealogy. Jarrett spent just under 5 years working as the Lead Forensic Genealogist at DNA Labs International, helping create investigative leads to identify unknown human remains and perpetrators of violent crimes. In October 2023, Jarrett left the Forensic industry to pursue a content creation and genealogy education full-time.


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