Stacy Siirilä Johnson, BA, AG®
Stacy Siirilä Johnson, 2nd generation Finnish American. Stacy is a professional researcher and translator and is a native of Ironwood, Michigan. She has a Bachelor of Art Degree in History (December 2016) and a Bachelor of Art Degree in French (December 2017). Her passion to learn more about her maternal French-Canadian and Native American ancestry resulted in an undergraduate study of the Métis Society in Wisconsin. Stacy is a Lac du Flambeau Chippewa.
Growing up in an area of many Finns, her love of the Finnish language and culture took her to Finland where she connected with family and researched her Finnish lines.
She previously served as a volunteer on the International floor at the Family History Library in Salt Lake City for 10 years helping guests with France and Nordic research. While she does U.S. research, her specialties are France, Québec, Sweden, and Finland. She attends seminars and conferences with in-depth training on research and language studies.
Stacy is a native English speaker and has a love for languages, especially her ancestral languages of French and Finnish.
Stacy Siirilä Johnson is accredited for research in France.