A Glimpse into Archoral: Empowering Diversity in Genealogy

After presenting “LGBTQ Genealogy” at the National Genealogical Society (NGS) conference in Sacramento in May 2022, a vibrant discussion unfolded among a small group of attendees who lingered for a post-session discussion. Among them was Kate Guanci, the CEO and founder of Archoral. Kate expressed a keen interest in my segment on LGBTQ Genealogy and Software.

Following our meeting in Sacramento, I began consulting with Archoral, drawn to their mission of crafting a new genealogical software that fosters inclusivity for LGBTQ individuals, adoptive families, stepfamilies, and blended families. While the specifics of my involvement are bound by a non-disclosure agreement (NDA), I am thrilled to share my enthusiasm for Archoral’s unwavering commitment to inclusivity. They have redefined traditional genealogical reporting to ensure that all types of families are authentically represented.

As Archoral prepares for its anticipated launch later this year, I eagerly await the opportunity to explore my family constellations in their full diversity using this innovative platform. I’m also excited about the prospect of sharing Archoral tutorial blogs soon, providing insights into how this software can empower individuals to trace their unique family histories.

For those curious about Archoral’s approach, their first YouTube video offers a sneak peek into the ethos and functionality of this groundbreaking genealogical software. It’s heartening to witness the evolution of tools that not only acknowledge but celebrate the diverse narratives within our family histories.

As we navigate the intricate tapestry of genealogy, Archoral stands as a promising example of a platform that values and uplifts the richness of every family story. Stay tuned for more updates on Archoral’s launch and insights into how this software can revolutionize your genealogical journey.