In 1991, Sandra Taitt-Eaddy began a journey of exploration into the annals of her family history.  From that moment until now, Genealogy and family history has been her passion.  Family history research led her to a discovery of the amazing accomplishments made by her ancestors and also the pain that they faced as descendants both of Englishmen and Africans on the Caribbean island of Barbados.

With over 20 years of genealogical experience and an excellent grasp of social history, Sandra had made it her mission to share the joys of family history research with the world.  In 2016, Sandra founded the non-profit corporation Baobab Genealogy Society, Inc.  It’s mission is to raise awareness and aptitude for this exciting, informative and inspirational look into the past.

Sandra is a sought after public speaker and presenter at conferences, museums, schools and universities, Libraries, churches, television, radio and other venues.

New England Museum Association

Connecticut Museum and Historical Society

Connecticut State Library, Luncheon Series

New York Public Library, Countee Cullen Libary

Barbados Museum and Historical Society

Barbados Consulate at New York, National Heroes Day

Barbados Tourism Product Authority, Genealogy Day

Barbados Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Diaspora Network Conference

St. Ann’s Anglican Church, National Heroes Day

Church of the Nazarene

Mount Calvary Baptist Church

African Methodist Episcopal Church

Good Morning Barbados

Looking Back a presentation on Radio 100.7 Q FM Barbados

Caribbean Association of Cuba in Havanna

Collymore Family Reunion

 

 

 

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