NCRA President Sarah Nageotte, RDR, CRR, CBC, attended the National Association for Court Management 2015 Annual Convention and 30th anniversary celebration held July 12-16, in Louisville, Ky. NACM is the largest organization of court management professionals in the world with members representing all levels and types of courts.
“It was an honor to be included as a part of NACM’s 30th anniversary celebration year,” Nageotte said. “It is important for NCRA and the stenographic court reporting profession to remain a part of the court family. From judges to court managers and all essential professionals in between, teamwork is needed to improve the administration of justice.”
Nageotte also represented NCRA as one of 10 stakeholders who were invited to take part in NACM’s preconvention board meeting as well.
“Many issues that stenographic court reporters experience are similar to those experienced with other areas in the judicial process,” she said. “For example, how do we provide equal access to justice? How can we use technology to improve efficiency and transparency to the public we serve? These are just two questions out of many that come to mind as I reflect on the opportunity I had to be a part of the NACM board meeting and the Joint Technology Committee meeting,” Nageotte said.