We just had a wonderful radio interview by Bernice Bennett on the radio show Ancestor’s Footprint. In our discussion we linked genealogy, family genetics, and ADHD. If you missed the show or want to hear it again, click on the link below:

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/bernicebennett/2019/02/14/falling-through-the-ceiling-with-audrey-r-jones-and-larry-ajones-md

Invite Audrey and Larry to Your Event
To schedule Dr. Jones and his wife Audrey for a keynote speaking engagement, online chat, conference or book club meeting via speaker phone, Skype, Facebook Live or Group Chat, Twitter chat, Zoom, or a FaceTime meet-up simply email Audrey Jones at: audjones50@gmail.com or call her at: 314-443-6705.

Audrey and Larry Jones would love to meet your group in person or provide a written interview for your blog! They are also available for Internet radio interviews.

Connect with Audrey and Larry Jones
Website: http://enabletables.com
Tour Page: https://www.smore.com/jxtyf

Purchase Falling Through the Ceiling by Audrey and Larry Jones, MD
https://www.amazon.com/Falling-Through-Ceiling-Family-Memoir/dp/0692099883


Keywords: Nonfiction, Parenting, Relationships, Family, ADHD, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Adult ADHD, Childhood ADHD



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About Bernice Bennett on BlogTalkRadio
Internet Blogtalkradio show – Research at the National Archives and Beyond! This show offers a virtual learning opportunity for individuals to listen to experts who share stories, offer advice on genealogy strategies. Listeners are invited to log on every Thursday at 9 pm eastern time for 60 minutes of information from an array of guest speakers at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/bernicebennett.

Bernice Bennett: Genealogy Researcher and BlogTalkRadio Host
Bernice A. Bennett is genealogist, author, producer, and host of the popular Research at the National Archives and Beyond! Blogtalkradio show. Her guests include nationally recognized historians, genealogist, book authors and family researchers. Bennett is the recipient of the first Ida B. Wells Service Award from the Sons and Daughters of the U.S. Middle Passages for her dedication to broadcast the stories about enslaved and indentured ancestors of African descent.

Bennett was commissioned to research the family history of Roland Martin, an American journalist, syndicated columnist, author, and the TV news show host. She presented her findings on the nationally distributed Roland Martin Live Facebook show and later on the Walmart stage at the 2016 Essence Festival.

A New Orleans native, her research interests focuses on tracing family lineage and history throughout Southeast Louisiana as well as Edgefield and Greenwood, South Carolina. Her South Carolina journey is chronicled in a collaborative book she co-authored–Our Ancestors, Our Stories–where she connects with newly discovered family members and the slave owner descendant of her paternal line. This connection was featured in a 2014 Fox 5 TV broadcast in Greenville, SC and now on Bennett’s YouTube channel.

As a nationally recognized speaker, Bennett is a frequent presenter at national conferences such as the National Genealogical Society, RootsTech, Afro-American Historical and Genealogy Society, the International Black Genealogy Summit, the Southern California Genealogy Jamboree and many more.

Before becoming a full-time genealogist, Bennett, enjoyed a 35-year career in domestic and international Public Health. She received an undergraduate degree from Grambling State University and a graduate degree from the University of Michigan, School of Public Health.

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