CeCe Moore is a full time professional genetic genealogist who is considered an innovator in the use of DNA for genealogy and resolving unknown parentage. She is the genetic genealogy consultant and scriptwriter for the PBS series "Finding Your Roots with Henry Louis Gates, Jr."  As the founder of The DNA Detectives, CeCe works extensively on a pro-bono basis with individuals of unknown parentage to help them learn about their genetic heritage, often reuniting them with biological family members. Notably, CeCe led the research teams that recently solved the high profile cases involving amnesiac Benjaman Kyle and foundling Paul Fronczak.
As a leading proponent of genetic genealogy education, CeCe is the co-founder of the Institute for Genetic Genealogy and has written the popular blog Your Genetic Genealogist since 2010.  She has appeared as a genetic genealogy expert on 20/20, CBS This Morning, The Doctors and Finding Your Roots with Henry Louis Gates, Jr. and has been quoted by the Wall Street Journal, People Magazine, Harper's Magazine, Business Insider, ABC News, Live Science, Huffington Post, The Root, The Invisible History of the Human Race and many more.


CeCe Moore

Megan F. Andrewski

Megan lives in Henrico County, Virginia with her husband, Stan, and three children. She graduated from Virginia Commonwealth University with a B.S. in Urban Studies and Planning. Upon graduating, she began working at Timmons Group in the Geographic Information Systems department and became a project manager before making the decision to be a stay-at-home mom in 2006.​​​​​​​​

Megan’s love for genealogy started when she was in elementary school. She took interest in searching through her parents’ yearbooks and knew which friends of hers were related to classmates of her parents. She also knew all of her grandparents’ thirteen grandchildren’s birthdates in order from oldest to youngest.

Around 2002, she began tracing her husband’s family tree since her mother had already started tracing theirs. Her first major find was her husband’s great grandfather, who had left the family during the Depression never to be heard from again. In 2014, Megan completed the Genealogical Research Certificate program through Boston University. She then began taking on clients for various projects, including families with colonial and African American ancestry.

Megan started to delve into the world of genetic genealogy in 2014. She started by testing her oldest son because there were many unanswered questions on his paternal line. It was rumored that he was part Cherokee Indian through his great grandfather. Although the Native American ancestry still has not been proven, we do know that his family is connected to the Monacan Indian tribe out of Rockbridge County, Virginia. This project launched Megan into what has become her passion. Since 2015, she has been instrumental in finding several family members for adoptees and persons that had an unknown father.

​​Phyllis Doerflein Morefield

Phyllis Doerflein Morefield has been involved in searching her ancestors for 35 years. When she started genealogical research the only methods of inquiry involved trips to courthouses, libraries and cemeteries. Today, however, it involves computer research and DNA testing.

In 2016, thru DNA, Phyllis found herself with a new second cousin which happened to be a Korean adoptee of mixed ancestry. This put her in touch with 325Kamra . Since that time Phyllis has helped not only her second cousin find bio family but other Korean adoptees as well. Both Phyllis’s father and grandfather served in Korea so she feels a connection with the Korean adoptee community. Working with 325Kamra, Inc., Phyllis hopes that she can help adoptees reunite with biological family and fill a void that many have felt lifelong.