Geni Curators

Geni has created a shared World Family Tree - the definitive family tree for the entire world, that respects the privacy of living people while allowing millions of users to collaborate on their shared ancestry by constantly expanding and improving the tree. In this effort, Geni management appoints Curators to help maintain and improve the World Family Tree, merge duplicates, and assist users. Curators are volunteer users granted special privileges by Geni. They are specially selected based on their integrity and the quality of their work on Geni. Candidate curators undergo a nomination and voting process. Accepted Geni curators are formally appointed and, like Geni employees, they sign a Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) with the company to ensure they protect data confidentiality. Geni Curators have the ability, at a user’s request, to assist the user in merging and correcting errors in their tree, including the user’s own profile and those of close relatives.

You can read more about Geni curators in the Geni Curators project.
If you are interested in becoming a curator, read the wiki page above and then complete the curator self-nomination form.