Genealogical Speakers Guild Newsletter Now Available to the Public

The following announcement was written by the Genealogical Speakers Guild:

The Genealogical Speakers Guild (GSG) is pleased to announce that their quarterly newsletter, Speak!, is now available to the general public. The March 2015 issue can be downloaded from the GSG website (http://www.genealogicalspeakersguild.org). The newsletter has information about members of the Genealogical Speakers Guild and also provides tips and ideas for speakers and want-to-be speakers. Program planners will benefit from reading Speak! by identifying potential speakers for their programs and events.

Speak! is published quarterly the first week in March, June, September, and December and will be available as a PDF download on the Genealogical Speakers Guild website.

The Genealogical Speakers Guild is a nonprofit organization formed in 1991. The Guild is dedicated to serving the needs of genealogical speakers by providing a unified, effective voice to promote speakers’ interests by providing a forum for discussion of topics of concern to genealogical speakers; broadening the speaker base by identifying, educating, and assisting promising speakers; raising professional speaking standards; and aiding speakers in understanding and fulfilling their obligations to program planners and to audiences.

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