The PRI advantage is our people. From our court reporters with top-notch skills and experience to our dedicated internal support team, our employees are loyal professionals that take pride in their work. We know our clients rely on us to provide a prompt, error-free transcript, and our court reporters put their highly specialized skills to work in assisting our clients, whatever type of case they have. Our internal support team has the skills and knowledge to provide outstanding customer service and will work hard to understand the needs and preferences of our clients.
Registered Professional Reporter (RPR), Registered Diplomate Reporter (RDR), Certified Realtime Reporter (CRR), Certified Realtime Captioner (CRC). All testing is conducted by the National Court Reporters Association and certifications are granted after completion of a thorough skills and knowledge testing process.
PRI court reporters hold the following certifications:
We invite you to get to know each of our team members by clicking on their name below:
With almost 25 years of experience in court reporting, all at PRI, Angie specializes in realtime court reporting, captioning, and CART. She has extensive deposition and arbitration experience in various areas of litigation, including construction, EPA, employment, pharmaceutical, and medical malpractice, and has experience in providing daily copy transcripts in both depositions and trials. In addition, Angie provides CART and captioning services to many local companies and universities. Angie is a Registered Diplomate Reporter, Certified Realtime Reporter, Certified Realtime Captioner, Notary Public, and meets continuing education requirements through the National Court Reporters Association. She holds an associate degree in court reporting from Bliss College and is a member of NCRA, OCRA, Ethics First (NCRA), Society for the Technological Advancement of Reporting (STAR), National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO), and has transcribed for the Veterans History Project.
Specializing in CART and captioning, Andrea has more than 27 years of experience in the industry and has been an employee of PRI since 1992. She holds an associate degree in applied business with a major in court reporting from Youngstown State University.
Julia has more than 25 years of experience in the industry, and has been with PRI since July 2006. With expertise in depositions of all kinds, she also focuses on court proceedings, Board of Revision hearings, and transcribing audio recordings. She holds an associate degree in court/conference reporting from Stark Technical College and completes her continuing education requirements annually. Julia is a member of NCRA and OCRA and is a Registered Professional Reporter and Certified Realtime Reporter.
With more than 25 years of experience in court reporting, 18 of those years at PRI, Rhonda specializes in realtime reporting for depositions, trials and arbitrations. She has extensive experience in daily copy transcripts in depositions, arbitrations, and trials. Rhonda also has captioning experience for NBC-4 news, Easter Seals Telethon, and Columbus City Council meetings. Other areas of focus include CART in classrooms and various corporate meetings, as well as audio transcription in court settings and her work on the Veterans History Project. She holds an associate degree in court reporting from Bliss Business University.
Amy has recently joined PRI and brings 21 years of experience in freelance court reporting in the Columbus area and has extensive experience in hearings and arbitrations. Amy has an associate degree from the Academy of Court Reporting. She’s a member of NCRA and holds the Registered Professional Reporter certification from NCRA.
Christine is a Registered Professional Reporter with more than 12 years of experience in the industry. Areas of expertise include CART (government contracting, college courses, business/faculty meetings, conferences, remote CART, overhead projection and encoder), depositions, Court of Claims, and audio transcription. She holds an associate degree from the Academy of Court Reporting and participates in continuing education programs. Christine is a member of NCRA and OCRA and has transcribed for the Veterans History Project.
Currently the Production Manager, Gary has held various positions with PRI since 1987 and has more than 30 years of expertise. He studied theatre at Otterbein College and is a member of the American Guild of Court Videography.
Dorothy has been an employee of PRI since 1989, where she has spent her time in several areas including transcribing, production, and proofreading. Having worked on transcription for court reporting firms and local courts prior to joining PRI, Dorothy has more than 40 years of industry experience.