Anthony is our team’s lead forensic genealogist and head instructor of Forensic Genealogy Training for Law Enforcement (FG4LE). He is also a co-founder of the Trans Doe Task Force. Anthony has an MS in Instructional Design and Technology, and is working towards an Ed.D in Transformative Leadership. His focus is on the development of forensic genealogy curriculum and best practices. Additionally, he has an extensive background in multimedia art and design which he has applied towards forensic art. Formerly, Anthony was the training coordinator, a team leader and case manager for the DNA Doe Project.
Anthony has contributed to more than twenty solved cold cases via forensic genealogy since 2018, and has trained students from the FBI, NCMEC, RCMP, Australian Federal Police, Netherlands Forensic Institute, Brazilian Forensic Identification Institute, and the DoJ and NCIC.
- Can you help solve the mystery of Transgender Julie Doe? (Gay Star News, 16 May 2019)
- Cracking cold cases: Athol couple uses genetic genealogy to ID bodies, find killers
- Doctor of Education student helps solve mysteries when he’s not studying
- How a University of South Alabama student helped crack a cold case
- Meet the Genetic Sleuths Solving Decades-Old Trans Murders
- Mobile County investigators hope forensic genealogy will solve ‘Angel Baby’ case
- San Mateo trans cold case gets renewed attention after 35 years (Bay Area Reporter, 22 Mar 2019)
- She Has a Face (The Observer, 9 May 2020)
- Slides from above press conference (PDF via WOWKTV.com)
- Southeast Faculty, Students Help Solve Missouri Cold Case (SEMO news, 28 Apr 2020)
- Unidentified Person: ‘Julie’ Jane Doe