Marian Pierre-Louis is a dynamic and engaging speaker who has given over 65 talks, 29 in the last year alone. She has been the featured speaker for annual meetings (four talks in one day) and has spoken at major libraries and regional conferences. She was one of the first genealogical speakers to embrace webinars and has spoken to online audiences of over 1,000 attendees. She participated in the first RootsTech conference (2011) as panelist discussing virtual presentations in a presentation that was offered as a virtual webinar and live streamed across the internet. Her talks are a combination of genuine interest, solid subject knowledge and energetic passionate delivery.
Marian is a House
Historian and Genealogical Lecturer who specializes in southern
research. She frequently speaks at conferences, societies
and libraries on New England topics ranging from house history
research, brick wall research to social media and cemetery research.
Marian is the Publicity Co-Chairperson for the New England
Regional Genealogical Conference (NERGC). Some prior positions include Public Information
Officer for the Association of Professional Genealogists
for the New England Chapter of the Association of Professional