Topic: Success with Jewish DNA
Presenter: Jarrett Ross
Genetic genealogy has become a major component of genealogical research, but where to begin when you first look at your DNA matches? This presentation will explore multiple case studies by Jarrett Ross in researching his own genetic family history. Using different types of DNA tests and multiple techniques to identify significant DNA matches he was able to expand multiple branches of his tree Learn all the presenter’s techniques used to break down the process of each case study and what methods were most successful.
Jarrett Ross is the Lead Forensic Genealogist at DNA Labs International. and a curator on Geni.com. He has participated for several years in the “Genealogy Death Match” of IAJGS with Randy Schoenberg. Having worked on the genealogy of multiple friends and family, Jarrett has a wide array of experience in the genealogy of different nationalities. He has a Blog Site called GeneaVlogger.com with over 22,000 subscribers, and over 100 YouTube videos, and is a frequent speaker at Genealogy Societies. Jarrett began researching his own family history in 2009 while finishing his undergraduate degree at the University of Pittsburgh. Since then, he has built his own personal tree with over 7000 people. Jarrett currently serves as the vice president of the Triangle JGS in North Carolina and as an IAJGS Board Member.