As a professional genealogist, I have given talks on Hungarian Jewish genealogy at international and Hungarian events, conferences. I have given presentations in various languages including English, Russian and my native Hungarian.
A couple of years ago I gave a talk about doing Hungarian Jewish genealogy at the Hungarian Jewish archives. But I have also been invited to speak at various smaller events.
I spoke at one of the synagogues in Glencoe, IL in 2016 (invitation by the Illinois Jewish Genealogical Society).
Almost as a custom, I try to attend all IAJGS conferences to meet with colleagues and share my expertise with others. For this reason, I have given talks on Hungarian Jewish genealogy at many of their conferences. I was part of the 2014 (Salt Lake City), 2015 (Jerusalem), 2016 (Seattle), 2018 IAJGS (Warsaw) and 2019 (Cleveland) events. At these conferences, I have been a guest speaker of the JewishGen Hungarian Special Interest Group (H-SIG).
During Covid-19 travel restrictions, I gave a virtual talk at the Toronto JGS using modern technology (Zoom). The topic of my talk was Hungarian Jewish history and Hungarian roots.
In case you want to engage me to talk at your local JGS (Genealogical Society), don’t hesitate to get in touch.