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Where Genealogy and Spirit Connect, October 6, 2009

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With Host Susan E. King
Justin Schroepfer

October 6, 2009

Justin and Susan will discuss the dramatic importance of the release of the Internet's largest Interactive Holocaust Collection to date. For the first time ever, over one million Holocaust-related records, including millions of names and 26,000 photos from the National Archives will be available.  The collection is available free for the month of October.

With over 16 years experience, Justin features a broad marketing and advertising background including everything from B2B businesses to consumer websites. His career started at the International Department at Franklin Covey. After working at Franklin Covey for five years, he joined DSW Partners, at the time, one of the most highly rated tech advertising agencies in the world. While at the DSW, Justin was responsible for building the brands for major clients that included Ask Jeeves, Commerce One, and Agilent Technologies. Justin left the agency world to move to the client side and join as a Marketing Manager. In this position he supervised the marketing activities on the internal web properties and functioned as the Product Marketing Manager for the major initiatives at After three and a half years with, Justin joined the Footnote team and is responsible for all things marketing; brand building, channel development, messaging development, etc. Justin has a MBA degree from the David Eccles School of Business and B.S. in Business Marketing from the University of Utah.

Where Genealogy and Spirit Connect

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Susan is a Genealogy columnist with The Examiner. As the Genealogy Examiner, Susans column covers cover the gamut of genealogical topics with a rare twist. Through this column Susan will be building a deeper understanding of the spiritual journey of finding our ancestors and finding ourselves. Through a deeper understanding of our history and the history of others will we be.

We live in both very exciting times and very troubling times. But we live in a time where we really do have an opportunity to change; change how we think and feel about ourselves; change how we think and feel about others. We have an opportunity to teach the next generations the importance of preservation, the importance of respect, and the importance of tolerance. There is no better modality than through the study and sharing of our genealogies, our research and through our feelings.

In this light, Susan has launched a new social network,, the place Where genealogy and spirit connect. This site is designed to assist others to embark on their own personal journey tofind your family, find yourself. Susan will be providing start-up consulting, ongoing monitoring and collaborative services as requested and special services.

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