NCRA Town Hall with Marcia Ferranto announced for July 28

NCRA has announced that CEO and Executive Director Marcia Ferranto will host the second in a series of virtual town halls, during which she will present an update about the association followed by a question-and-answer period with members. The town hall is scheduled for July 28, 2018, at 10 a.m. ET. Members must register to attend the town hall, which will be presented via video conference.

“I am excited to be holding these town hall meetings and encourage everyone to participate. Input from members is vital to guiding the Association into the future as we work together to promote, protect, and provide for the court reporting and captioning professions. I look forward to the sharing of inspiring insights and ideas,” Ferranto said. Ferranto will be joined by Cynthia Bruce Andrews, NCRA’s Senior Director of Education and Certification, who will talk about the NCRA A to Z Online Program.

Zoom, the platform that the town hall will be presented on, will allow Ferranto to be seen via a video link and will allow participants to submit questions online. The July town hall will be recorded and marks the second of several scheduled for 2018 and into 2019. Additional dates are October 27 and January 26, 2019. To register for the July town hall, visit NCRA Town Hall.

In her first quarterly town hall meeting held in April, Ferranto presented an update about the Association followed by a question-and-answer period with members. Following the event, members sent very positive feedback, including:

“The Town Hall was a good vehicle for members to be better informed about how our Association is advocating for us, but it also alerts us about the struggles our Board and staff are facing as we move into the future. I hope these webinars will continue throughout the year.”

“My thanks and appreciation for the positive, informative, and motivational Town Hall today. I can’t wait to be part of this new path!”

“Fantastic presentation!”

“This is exactly what membership needs. Proud to be an NCRA member.”