NCRA is proud to offer the Student Fast Lane program to recognize student speed accomplishments and graduates. This program was created at the suggestion of program administrators and teachers who were inspired by the large student turnout at the 2021 NCRA Conference & Expo. NCRA reaches out to all court reporting programs asking for their assistance in recognizing student speed accomplishments at the 150, 160, 180, 200, and 225 wpm speeds, as well as recent graduates.
Are your name and accomplishment missing? Ask your court reporting program to contact email@example.com to be included in the next issue of Up-to-Speed.
Tori Harth — Ottawa, Ill.
Campbell Clarke — Roswell, Ga.
Courtney Cutting — Saint John, Vt.
Isabella Robaina — Miami Gardens, Fla.
Katelynn Steich — Pitman, Pa.
Emma Engels — Dyer, Ind.
Caitlin Mullaney — Buffalo, N.Y.
Kerr Huff — Barboursville, W. Va.
Sarah Shaw — Omaha, Neb.
Mia Shrosbree — Boise, Idaho
Meeso Ro — Pepper Pike, Ohio
Lily Walker — Manhattan, N.Y.
Addie Jarvis — Bolivar, Mo.
Averie Pritchard — Moon Township, Pa.
Anjelica Brooks — Fairport, N.Y.
Perri Scott — S. Abington Township, Pa.
Carisse Cinquemani — Denton, Texas
Evette Bozarth — Placerville, Calif.
Carmen James — White Lake, Mich.
Hannah Moore — Camden, S.C.
Jennifer Wolfert — Warminster, Pa.
Haley Zahn — Hayden Lake, Idaho
Sara Skipper — Red Level, Ala.
Jenna Hall — Ponca, Neb.
Olivia Deptowicz — Medina, Ohio
Taylor Kidd — Pocatello, Idaho
Anastasia Sullivan — Victor, N.Y.
Peter DeCrescenzo — Charlotte, N.C.
Larie Kuzma — Gurnee, Ill.
Stephanie Oldeck — South Bend, Ind.
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