Visit page
Press "Enter" to skip to content

Steno Matters series launches in NCRA Learning Center — Update: Now available across social media

Update — November 2, 2023: By publishing episodes on social media, NCRA is working to raise awareness of the endless possibilities for those seeking to establish, change, or enrich their career in addition to ensuring both NCRA members and the public are aware of the current happenings related to the industry. View the inaugural episode of Steno Masters on NCRA’s YouTube channel, and remember to subscribe to get alerts for new episodes every month.

Join NCRA President Kristin Anderson, M.A., RPR, FCRR, for the Steno Matters series available only in the NCRA Learning Center. The aim of this new series is to provide a cutting-edge platform to help further inform, mobilize, and inspire the entire court reporting, captioning, and legal videography communities.

In the first installment of Steno Matters, Anderson recaps two speeches from NCRA’s Conference in Houston this past summer. First up is Executive Director Dave Wenhold, CAE, PLC, who invited members to “leave it better than you found it” — “it” being the court reporting, captioning, and legal videography career fields. Listeners will then hear the remarks delivered to attendees by Anderson immediately after her installation. “We achieve more working together to promote and protect it,” she said. “This also means stepping outside our comfort zones and having hard discussions with decision-makers, stakeholders, and the public.”

Anderson, an official court reporter based in Denton, Texas, goes on to give insight into her personal journey in the Association and what motivates her to truly make every connection matter, the theme of her installment as well as her inaugural address as NCRA president. 

NCRA members will still be able to submit questions via email to using the subject line ‘Steno Matters,’ and members who renew before Dec. 31 will be eligible to be featured on an episode in the new year.

Access the recording here.