Kimberly Powell

Kimberly Powell.

Experience

Kimberly Powell is a former writer for ThoughtCo who submitted articles about various aspects of genealogy for nearly 17 years. In 2013, Kimberly's ThoughtCo articles won the Silver Tray for Excellence in Genealogical Publishing award. Kimberly has also published articles for topic-specific magazines, including Can Genealogy Make it in Mainstream America? and she is the author of The Everything Guide to Online Genealogy.

Kimberly has taught courses at the Genealogical Research Institute of Pittsburgh, Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy and the Institute of Genealogy and Historical Research. She is a past president of the Association of Professional Genealogists, and member of the National Genealogical Society and International Society of Family History Writers and Editors. Kimberly has also volunteered as webmaster for the Western Pennsylvania Genealogical Society. 

Education

Kimberly Powell holds a ​Certificate in Genealogical Research from Boston University's Center for Professional Education; she attended the Institute of Genealogy and Historical Research at Stamford University; studied advanced genealogical methodology at the Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy; and attended Carnegie Mellon University.

Awards and Publications

 

ThoughtCo and Dotdash

ThoughtCo is a premier reference site focusing on expert-created education content. We are one of the top-10 information sites in the world as rated by comScore, a leading Internet measurement company. Every month, more than 13 million readers seek answers to their questions on ThoughtCo.

For more than 20 years, Dotdash brands have been helping people find answers, solve problems, and get inspired. We are one of the top-20 largest content publishers on the Internet according to comScore, and reach more than 30% of the U.S. population monthly. Our brands collectively have won more than 20 industry awards in the last year alone, and recently Dotdash was named Publisher of the Year by Digiday, a leading industry publication.

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