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Rhonda Seamons received her B.S. in Elementary Education from Brigham Young University; her MEd in Elementary Education with an endorsement in Education of the Gifted/Talented from Utah State University; and her EdD in Education Administration with an emphasis in Educational Leadership from Brigham Young University.
Seamons has been an avid genealogist since her teens and has presented at numerous conferences on the topic. She has undertaken studies on the reading preferences of the faculty at BYU-Idaho on two occasions and will review the findings in her workshop.
Seamons is the second child of Gary and Sharon Seamons. She is single and has no children of her own. However, all of her siblings have children, so she is an aunt many times over. Her nieces and nephews are now beginning to have children, which she finds fun.
She has taught at BYU-Idaho for 20 years and thoroughly enjoys working with the youth of the Church. In her spare time, she can usually be found doing genealogy, reading, traveling, writing, painting, or puttering with her family. She currently serves as a visiting teacher, indexing director, and temple ordinance worker.