Kenyatta D. Berry began her genealogical journey whilst in law school studying at the State Library of Michigan in Lansing. A frequent lecturer, writer and television personality, Berry focuses on African American Genealogy, Slave Ancestral Research, and DNA. She has been featured in numerous publications, most notably, Black Enterprise and Wall Street Journal. Berry serves as the 2019 Honorary Chair of Preservation Week for the American Library Association.
Berry is also the host of Genealogy Roadshow, which is generating quite the buzz surrounding her expertise in the field of genealogy by colleagues and supporters. She consistently surprises and inspires people across the nation with information about their lives that they may not otherwise have access to. As the demand grows for people to learn more about their lineage and DNA, Berry remains deeply engrossed in her pursuit of knowledge and uses it to continually educate and inform. She lives in Santa Monica, California.
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