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Angie Bush

DNA Expert

Angie Bush is the Region 1 Director for the National Genealogical Society and the chair of the NGS Genetic Genealogy Committee. She works as Master Genealogist with AncestryProGenealogists® in Salt Lake City, where she specializes in combining genetic and genealogical evidence to answer questions of kinship and identity.


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As one of the most sought-after genetic genealogists and internationally recognized educators in the field, Angie Bush combines years of experience in biotech with a passion for genealogical research and a unique ability to solve seemingly impossible cases.

Her primary research interests include cases of unknown parentage, such as recent adoption and donor conception; triangulating answers to tough genealogical questions using traditional documentary evidence and the analysis of genetic evidence; and non-traditional families and the LGBTQ community.

Currently Region 1 Director of the National Genealogical Society (NGS), and chair of its Genetic Genealogy Committee, Angie is an active player on the national and international stage, presenting and educating frequently on new trends in genetic genealogy.

Angie is the author and instructor for “Understanding and Using DNA Test Results,” an online course offered through NGS.

Angie is a full-time genealogist for AncestryProGenealogists® in Salt Lake City where she has helped hundreds of people discover their unique family story.

Behind her passion for genealogical research and education lies the belief that genealogy and DNA provide an opportunity to connect with people from around the world and to enable them to connect with each other.

Angie is a native Utahn and currently lives in Salt Lake City.



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