About This Site

This site is owned and published by Colleen Robledo Greene, and it does not reflect the views of  current or former employers. It has existed since May 2007.

About Colleen

Colleen Robledo Greene, MLIS, FTxSGS, is a librarian, genealogist, college educator, digital historian, and tech nerd. She is a nationally recognized genealogy speaker and educator specializing in methodology, Mexican & Chicano research, broader Hispanic research, libraries and archives, elearning, and technology. Colleen has coordinated genealogy institute courses for TIGR and taught in courses for SLIG and IGRH. In 2023 the Texas State Genealogical Society conferred its honorary Fellow Award on Colleen for her “transformational impact on Hispanic research.”1

Colleen holds a Bachelor of Arts in History, a Master’s of Library & Information Science, and a certificate in genealogical research from Boston University.  She is the Digital Scholarship Librarian at California State University, Fullerton. Colleen is also a lecturer for the San Jose State University School of Information, where she teaches an online graduate-level U.S. genealogy course for future librarians and archivists, which focuses on the Genealogical Proof Standard.

Colleen has been researching her family history since her grandfather died in 1997. Most of her personal research focuses on Mexico, California, and Texas.

Contacting Colleen

You can email Colleen at colleen.e.greene@gmail.com, or use one of the social platforms found in the “Connect with Colleen” widget in the footer.

Sources Cited

  1. TxSGS Fellows Details,” Texas State Genealogical Society (https://www.txsgs.org/programs/awards-grants/txsgs-fellows/ : accessed 5 April 2024).
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