Members of the Association of Professional Genealogists (APG) have elected 11 directors and two nominations committee members for 2007-2008.
Joining 13 other directors on the APG board, the newly-elected regional directors are: Julie Miller, CG (Colorado) and Patricia Hackett Nicola, CG (Washington), Region 1; Paul Milner (Illinois), Patricia Walls Stamm, CG, CGL (Missouri), and Trevia Wooster Beverly (Texas), who will serve one year to complete a board member’s term, Region 2; Sandra MacLean Clunies, CG (Maryland) and Alvie Davidson, CG (Florida), Region 3; Amy E. K. Arner (Pennsylvania) and Diana Crisman Smith (Ohio), Region 4; Eileen O'Duill, CG, CGL (Ireland), International Region 5A; and Jan Gow (New Zealand), International Region 5C.
Jan Davenport (Arkansas) and Chuck Knuthson (California) were elected to serve on the nominations committee.
APG (http://www.apgen.org/), established in 1979, represents professional genealogists, people in related professions, and others who do professional-quality work for hire or for themselves. It has more than 1,700 members worldwide.