Jim Bowden

Jim has been active in family history research for over ten years. His interest in genealogy blossomed as computer and internet resources became increasingly available. He currently serves as the Hillsboro Oregon Stake high councilor assigned to temple and family history work. From July 2005 through June 2008, he served as president of the South Africa Johannesburg Mission. Previously, he served as president of the Charlotte North Carolina Stake. He and his wife Jane have five children and fourteen grandchildren. They moved to Oregon to live closer to their grandchildren.

Keith Pyeatt

Keith is a fifth generation Oregonian, the Forest Grove Oregon Stake high councilor assigned to temples and family history and has served as a family history consultant for the last ten years. He is a member of the Genealogical Forum of Oregon's education committee and is becoming a credentialed genealogist. He wants to assist you in knitting together the fabric of your family.

Megan Wright

Megan has bachelor's degree in Family History and Genealogy from Brigham Young University. She has a particular love of the biographies and the stories of her ancestors and enjoys helping others people get to know their ancestors. She is the mother of two young boys, both named for beloved ancestors.

Hannah Z. Allen

Hannah, a BYU Family-History and Genealogy graduate, is a Genealogist and Reference Assistant for the Oregon Historical Society in Portland, Oregon. She tutors genealogists and teaches monthly genealogy workshops, along with speaking at local and national events. She is also Vice-Chair of Portland Metro's Cemetery Advisory Committee and has worked for BYU's Immigrant Ancestors Project.