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Spokeo Search Angels at the AAC National Conference on Adoption

Written by April 22, 2013

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By now, you probably know how proud we are of the five Spokeo Search Angel Award winners! A couple of weeks ago, we were lucky enough to be able to gather four out of the five winners in Cleveland at the American Adoption Congress (AAC) International Conference on Adoption.

We’re inspired daily by the stories that we hear about people reconnecting on our site and it was truly inspirational to watch our Spokeo Search Angels in action helping people reconnect all day long. The Angels joined together and discussed search and reunion with anyone who had questions and learned even more at various sessions and workshops presented by the AAC and Adoption Network Cleveland throughout the conference.

It was our honor to spend time getting to know four of the five inspiring volunteers who dedicate themselves to reuniting families. Take a look through some of the pictures from the events on our Facebook page!

Posted in Inside Spokeo, News Flash, Spokeo Reunions, Spokeo Search Angels

Director of Public Relations & Community Initiatives

Vanessa joined Spokeo in 2012 and oversees all social media, media relations and community relations efforts for Spokeo. She is especially passionate about Spokeo programs focused on search and reunion and promoting STEM careers for women and children. During her free time, she enjoys writing, DIY home decor and crafts, and eating dessert!

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  • Antonia |

    I think it is amazing how your company is so active in the people search field! Organizing contests and workshops… It is also so great how you manage to help all of us reconnect with important people in our lives.

    Adoption is a beautiful thing, but I have learned that it is extremely important to keep the adoption papers in a safe place and also not to lose the contact details of the birth parents – for the child to have when he grows up. And if it is at all possible, it would be great to keep up a connection with the birth mother from the beginning. That would mean so much to the child involved.

    ‘Way to go’ Spokeo for all your efforts when it comes to helping others!

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