Liz Snow received a BA in Family History from Brigham Young University in 2011. As an undergraduate student she participated in two family history archival field studies in England and Spain. She specializes in Hispanic, British, and Latter-day Saint Research. She is an Accredited Genealogist® with credentials in Spain and has researched in archives in Utah, England, and Spain. She has been doing family history research for 30 years. Her ancestors came from England and Spain. She was a Director for a Family History Center in Provo. As a student she received the Mary Lou Fulton Mentored Student Research Award in Family History twice. She has been working on a Reconstruction Project of a Sixteenth Century Village in Spain from 2007 to the present. She has taught classes at the Rootstech Conference, BYU Family History Library, BYU Family History and Genealogy Conference, and Mapleton Utah Family History Center, as well as a BYU Independent Study class on British Research. She currently teaches History 205: Introduction to Family History at BYU. She is married and has 6 children and 23 grandchildren.