The National Court Reporters Foundation (NCRF) has announced that NCRA member Sandy Narup from Orlando, Fla., has been appointed to serve a two-year term on its Board of Trustees. She currently serves on the Foundation’s Angel Gatherers Committee.
“I feel it is so rewarding to give back to a profession that has been so wonderful to me,” Narup said.
“The new friendships I have made while volunteering and helping others is why everyone should devote some time to volunteering. I cannot say enough about the Foundation and how they have helped so many of my colleagues get started in this fantastic field,” she added.
Narup holds the nationally recognized professional certification of Registered Professional Reporter (RPR). She also holds the national Realtime Systems Administrator certificate and is certified in the state of Florida.
She has worked as a court reporter for 29 years and holds an associate degree from Daytona Beach Community College. She has provided realtime for medical malpractice cases, construction litigation, personal injury, workers’ compensation, corporate litigation, products liability, family law, criminal cases, and is a former deputy official court reporter for the Seventh Judicial Circuit.
At the national level, Narup served on NCRA’s Freelance Community of Interest Committee.
At the state level, Narup has served in numerous volunteer positions with the Florida Court Reporters Association, including as director, secretary, and treasurer.