Tonight host Jane Wilcox welcomes Genie Milgrom, the author of My 15 Grandmothers. Genie made headlines in January when her story of tracing her lineage to Crypto Jews became known. We will talk about Genie's journey of discovery, the ancestors she learned about on the way, and her book.
Genie Milgrom crossed the planet in search of her Crypto Jewish or Marrano ancestors. She was able to find 15 grandmothers in an unbroken maternal lineage going back to the early 1500's. It was also possible to successfully prove that her family had been Converso Jews from before the Spanish Inquisition. This Jewish lineage was traced back to a small village called Fermoselle in the province of Zamora, Spain right on The Duero River, across from Mogadouro, Portugal.
Coach Conversations is sponsored by the ICF Phoenix, produced by Ana Melikian an Elite Level Book Yourself Solid Coach, and hosted by Katharine Halpin, MCC.
This show will be about the scary word "ontology", and why its such a crucial study/practice for Coaching today.
Christopher McAuliffe is the CEO and founder of Accomplishment Coaching, an international coach training program with locations across the United States and Asia.
Christopher holds the Master Certified Coach credential through the International Coach Federation. A professional coach since 1996, Christopher has produced unprecedented breakthrough results with a wide spectrum of clients across the country.
Christopher has a passionate commitment to the development of coaching as an honorable and honored profession.
As a two-term past President of the San Diego Professional Coaches’ Alliance, Christopher has demonstrated a commitment to the development of Coaching as an ethical, strong profession, both self-regulating and offering consumer protection, credentialing and continuing education.
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