PRI Owner, Angie Starbuck, Earns Registered Diplomate Reporter Designation

The National CoStarbuck, Angie 8.15 sml IMG_0087urt Reporters Association (NCRA), the country’s leading organization representing stenographic court reporters and captioners, has announced that Angie Starbuck has earned the nationally recognized Registered Diplomate Reporter (RDR) certification, the highest credential available to stenographic court reporters. The reporters with the RDR credential are recognized as highly experienced and seasoned, and are members of the profession’s elite.

“Earning RDR credentials is a reflection of the commitment to advancement in a court reporter’s career and their professional growth. RDRs truly are the elite members of the court reporters and captioners when it comes to experience and knowledge of the latest technology, reporting practices, and professional practices,” says Mike Nelson, CAE, NCRA’s Executive Director and CEO. “This highly prestigious certification.”

“I was inspired to reach for these certification goals by the previous owner of my firm, and I’m very proud of these accomplishments.  This has involved countless hours of practicing, learning, and continuing education.  These certifications and the knowledge and skill gained by achieving them will help me be a better court reporter and better firm owner,” Starbuck said.