Kim is a Genealogy Research Associate at the Midwest Genealogy Center (MGC) in Independence, Missouri. A genealogy enthusiast since her early childhood, Kim blends her passion for genealogy with her 39 years of classroom instruction to assist and educate MGC customers seeking to learn more about their heritage.
Born in Illinois, Kim is a graduate of the University of Missouri – Columbia, with a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education, a Master of Arts in Secondary Education, and certifications in elementary, middle school, secondary social studies, and gifted education. Prior to joining the staff at MGC, Kim taught 31 years in the Blue Springs (Missouri) school system and an additional 8 years at William Jewell College and Blue River Community College in the greater Kansas City area. Now, she enjoys developing classes and teaching MGC customers new ways to uncover their family’s past.
How to Date Old Photographs – Kim Alberg; Basic, Intermediate; (Friday at 2:00 PM)
Discover how to uncover clues to help determine when a photograph was taken.
Tracing Immigrant Origin – Kim Alberg; Basic, Intermediate; (Friday at 11:30 AM)
In order to find 19th and 20th century genealogical records in a foreign country, you often need to know your ancestor’s hometown. Learn what records exist in the United States to help you find where your immigrant ancestor was born.