- Officials Corner
Lisa is a freelance reporter who lives in the Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina area. She began her career in Vermont and moved to North Carolina in 1998 working in Charlotte for the last 16 years before her husband’s military position brought her to the Raleigh area. She is a member of NCRA and NCCRA.
Amy lives in Lexington. She reported in criminal court as well as freelance depositions in Broward County, Florida, for 10 years prior to coming to North Carolina where she has been reporting for 16 years. The majority of her career has been as a freelance reporter. Amy has had the privilege to report President Bill Clinton and Laura Bush during their visits to our state. She is a longstanding member of NCRA since 1993. For the aspiring reporters who hope to one day pass your CRR, never give up. Set a date and continue working toward your goal. You can do it.
Joann began her career as a freelance court reporter in New York where she reported for 11 years. In 2007 she moved to North Carolina where she continued freelancing, and started Noteworthy Reporting Services in 2012. Joann is a member of the NCCRA and has been a member of NCRA since court reporting school.
Renee has been a court reporter since 1990 and began her career in PA and NJ before moving to North Carolina in 2004. Renee has had a successful career as a freelance reporter covering an array of litigation types and in 2015 formed Queen City Court Reporting with three fellow reporters.
Tina is an Official Court Reporter for the State of North Carolina. She is a member of the National Court Reporters Association, a member of the Association of the Official Court Reporters, and a past president of the North Carolina Court Reporters Association. With a college degree in court reporting, Tina was a freelance reporter for three years. Since 1987 she has served as an Official Court Reporter in Superior Court in New Hanover County.
Jenny has been reporting for 18 years, six years in the freelance market doing depositions and CART reporting and 12 years as an Official Court Reporter for the State of North Carolina. She lives in Goldsboro.
Official Court Reporter for the State for close to 7 years, starting in Buncombe County and currently the Official in Haywood and Jackson Counties. Prior to working for the State, I was a freelance reporter for 23 years in California, Minnesota, and North Carolina. Member of NCRA, AOCR, and NCCRA. Live in Lake Junaluska.
Shari is an Official Court Reporter for the State of North Carolina. She is a member of the Association of Official Court Reporters, National Court Reporters Association, and North Carolina Court Reporters Association. She completed her training at the Temple University Court Reporting School in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Started reporting in 1983 doing freelance work for 15 years. Moved to North Carolina in 1998 and worked freelance until 2000 when she started work as an Official Court Reporter Rover for Division VIII. Shari holds the Registered Merit Reporter and Certified Realtime Reporter certifications.
Cindy has been a freelance reporter for her entire 31 years of court reporting, with the first 16 years working in New England; the last 12 here in North Carolina. She is a member of NCRA and NCCRA.
Maren graduated from court reporting school in October of 1990. Her career has consisted of 16 years as a freelance reporter in Palm Beach County, Florida, 10 years in a freelance capacity in Raleigh, North Carolina. She also worked part-time as a broadcast closed captioner for 9 years. In December of 2016, Maren began working as a resident official in Wake County Superior Court.