June Perrin carried out her Business and Accountancy training at Grimsby College. She also added invaluable training and skills in Human Resources, Health & Safety, Finance etc. during her years working for the YMCA.
She has worked for the Society since 2001; starting as the Assistant Director of Finance and Administration she stepped up to her current role after only eight months.
During this challenging and rewarding period she has gained a first class insight into the genealogical community of which the Society plays such a large part.
Else Churchill is the Genealogist at the Society Genealogists in London and a member of the Lords Chancellor’s Advisory Council on National Records and Archives. She has over 30 years of experience as a genealogist.
Formerly a professional genealogical librarian and researcher, Else has worked for the SoG since 1994. She now leads on external liaison, representation and communications; the Society's education and publishing programmes as well as being the Society's subject specialist..
Her main interests lie in the seventeenth century and finding sources for people who lived through the English Civil Wars and for supplementary genealogical sources for the long 18th century. Her own family history research is concentrated in SW Herefordshire in the 1670s.
Head of Library Services
Tim Lawrence carried out his professional library training at the University of Brighton, where he was awarded a first class honours degree in Information and library studies.
He has worked at the Society since 1998, during which time he has gained a wide ranging knowledge of its unique family history library and archive.
A member of the Society in the early 1980s, he has been researching his own family history for more than 30 years, tracing them back to 16th century Lancashire.