Welcome to the Geni Offices — How the World Family Tree Gets Made

Posted January 25, 2011 by Geni | 9 Comments

Ever wanted to know what the Geni offices were like? Now you can find out. Here is some footage from our office as well as photos of most of our employees. Enjoy, and please leave feedback on what you’d like to see here on the Geni blog.


  • Jenna

    Smiling faces, a trampoline, and plenty of junk food — who could ask for anything more? Thanks for the fun peek behind the scenes!

    • http://twitter.com/GeniGrant Grant Bru00fcnner

      You’re very welcome, Jenna. :-D I’m glad people like it.

      • Maria4cfp

        And was that Dove chocolate in the basket? I’ll definitely come visit now.

  • Pam

    Okay, Grant–you’ve gotta introduce the team by name. I *think* I recognized a few of you from profile pics. Can you give us a list of who we see, in sequence? (It’s really a test since it’s your second day on the job. LOL!) Thanks!

    • http://twitter.com/GeniGrant Grant Bru00fcnner

      Ha! I’ll do that. Maybe I’ll try to find the youtube notation tool.

  • Jeff

    Cool and when did we get Disqus for the blog? Awesome :-)

    • http://twitter.com/GeniGrant Grant Bru00fcnner

      Not very long ago. I hope you like it. :-)

  • Joan Browne

    Trying to find family tree of the Walsh and Dunlop family

  • Joan Browne

    The Walsh and Dunlop family tree was compiled by John Dunlop on 2nd October