Genealogy and Prospect Research
Wednesday, October 30, 2019
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Suffolk University Poetry Center
(Located on the 3rd floor inside the Sawyer Library, Room 3018)
73 Tremont Street
Boston, MA 02108
Family connections and relationship mapping are key to prospect and donor research. In this session, we will discuss the intersection of genealogical and prospect research. We will explore tools and methods that may be used when researching family/family history, as well as challenges and opportunities with this type of research. Open to all interested development professionals, at any experience level.
Kevin Swope is a Senior Development Research Analyst at Babson College, where he has worked since 2012. He is past president of the Framingham History Center and a frequent lecturer on local historical topics. He is the author of The Saxonville Mills: Three Centuries of Industry in Framingham (2012), and the co-author, with James L. Parr, of Framingham Legends & Lore (2009) and the forthcoming Murder & Mayhem in MetroWest Boston (2020). He has also compiled a book-length genealogy of The Descendants of Jonathan Paddleford of Cambridge, Mass.
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