Legacy Family Tree is pleased to announce the addition of Marian Pierre-Louis, to our Legacy team. Marian will act as the Social Media Marketing Manager and provide outreach to Legacy customers through the Legacy blog, Facebook, Google+ and Twitter. Marian will also guest-host our new evening webinars in 2015.
Marian is well-known in the genealogical community as a house historian and professional genealogist who focuses on New England research. She has also been a popular presenter on the Legacy Family Tree Webinar series. Marian specializes in probate, deeds, New England town records and brick wall research. Marian is Program Co-Chairperson for the 2015 New England Regional Genealogical Conference (NERGC) and is actively involved with the New England chapter of the Association of Professional Genealogists. She is also a Director of the Federation of Genealogical Societies. In addition, she is the host of Fieldstone Common, an internet radio show dedicated to northeastern history and genealogy and The Genealogy Professional podcast, a show for anyone interested in a career in genealogy.
Legacy's Geoff Rasmussen said, "We are excited to add Marian and her unique set of skills to our Legacy Family Tree team. She has a genuine enthusiasm for genealogists and genealogy research that will resonate well with our software users and webinar audience." We, and our Legacy customers are lucky to have her on our team.
Marian brings 15 years of corporate marketing experience in the engineering and semiconductor industries as well as 8 years' experience promoting a small business. In addition to social media her areas of expertise include running targeted marketing campaigns, copywriting, website design and maintenance, and audio and video production.
Join the celebration!
To celebrate her arrival, we've gone to the webinar membership vaults and unlocked one of Marian's popular webinars, Ten Brick Wall Tips for Intermediate Researchers. Normally available only for annual or monthly webinar subscribers, this webinar is free to the public until Thursday, November 27, 2014. Click here to watch.