“What our other clients have said about us...”
From Their Voices...
We pride ourselves on building positive relationships with our clients and hearing their testimonials about our creative process. Read below to hear what they have to say about NOVELLA MEDIA!
From Julia Chapa, Adult Services Librarian, Round Rock Public Library, Round Rock, Texas:
"I am so glad we were able to work with kYmberly Keeton again. She has provided local history presentations for us in the past, so she was the only person I thought of when my library wanted to host an African-American Genealogy program. She is extremely knowledgeable and easy to work with. I appreciate her professionalism and patience when working with our program attendees. I would highly recommend kYmberly as a speaker and facilitator."
From Faith Weaver, Carver Museum, Cultural and Genealogy Center, Austin, Texas:
"kYmberly was an awesome presenter for our Black History Month Genealogy programming. She fully engaged an intimate audience (during her morning session) and a full house (during her afternoon session) of “African American Vintage Genealogy Pop-ups” at the Carver Genealogy Center. Her expertise as a Genealogy Curator allowed our patrons to leave more informed about how to improve their own genealogy research and how to use tools such as mobile genealogy resources. The CarverMuseumATX looks forward to having kYmberly present again during our Juneteenth 2022 programming." -
From Carlette Washington-Hoagland, Coordinator, Staff Development and Diversity Programming, University of Iowa Libraries, Iowa City, Iowa:
"ART | library deco is an incredible testimony to authentic truth telling by and through the eyes of African Americans.
From Jennifer Chenoweth, Museum Site Coordinator, Oakwood Chapel Cemetery, Austin, Texas
"I met kYmberly Keeton when she was the African American Community Archivist for the Austin History Center. I was very impressed with the "Growing Your Roots" Genealogy Conference she produced in February 2020. At the Oakwood Cemetery Chapel, we are doing foundational research on the African American people buried in this cemetery from the 1800s to the present. kYmberly is teaching us how to better understand genealogy records and how to inform our volunteers and the public on how to do this research as so many records were not kept or lost for these ancestors of Austin."