Liz Stratton, PLCGS, is currently the Administrative Course Coordinator for the National Genealogical Society where she coaches students taking online courses, coordinates the mentor program and works with the education committee in developing curriculum. Liz holds a Professional Learning Certificate in Genealogical Studies (PLCGS) from the National Institute of Genealogical Studies and is a regular attendee of genealogical institutes and conferences. Liz specializes in land records and Ohio genealogy. Her land and estate lectures are popular with Ohio genealogical societies. Liz has written articles for local Ohio genealogical socieites and NGS Magazine. She served on the Board of the Hamilton County Genealogical Society (2010-2018) and as the Education Director (2014-2018). As Education Director, Liz developed three series of interactive multi-session series—“Foundations,” “Hands on with Land,” and “Estate Research.” She is a graduate of Miami University with a BS (Magna Cum Laude) and MS (Summa Cum Laude) in Mathematics.
- Course Eight — Understanding Land Records