Dear Mr. Miller,
We would like to wholehearted endorse your recommendation that Anna Royzner be an expert presenter at the 2011 Jewish Genealogy Conference.
In 2002, my wife and I traveled to Ukraine to visit the village where my paternal grandparents had lived until they emigrated to the United States in the early years of the twentieth century. We came across Ms Royzner’s name in the course of our research for the trip and contacted her about being our guide and interpreter, since we knew we could not do such a visit on our own. We hired her for the five days we would be in Ukraine and did not regret our decision. Her knowledge of history, her ability to make contacts with local people and her sensitivity to the needs of her clients was impressive. She made our trip to Ukraine far more productive and than we had ever imagined. Even after we had returned home, Ms Royzner continued to do research to follow up on leads concerning my family, without any extra compensation I might add. I have no doubt whatsoever that, given her knowledge and experience, she would add tremendously to the Conference.
Wishing you a very successful 2011 Jewish Genealogical Conference,