FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – Dayton, Ohio – August 4, 2017
Lisa Conley Yungblut has been appointed by the National Court Reporters Association (NCRA) New Professionals Advisory Committee as a member of the Veteran Liaison Committee for the upcoming 2017/2018 year. She will join five other members of the committee.
The charges for the committee are as follows:
- Promote the value of holding NCRA certifications, and provide articles and tips for taking and successfully passing the RPR (Registered Professional Reporter certification) for JCR (The Journal of Court Reporting) and JCR Weekly targeting new court reporters
- Develop requisite business training to supplement fundamental skill set of new court reporters
- Assist in creating an online resource using information from the training
- Add a new professional mentor component to current student mentor program.
Lisa stated, “I’m looking forward to continuing to create resources that help new professionals in the court reporting industry as a member of the Veteran Liaison Committee on the NCRA New Professionals Advisory Committee.”
Since graduating from Clark State Community College in 1989, Lisa Conley Yungblut has been a court reporter based in Cincinnati, Ohio. She has been working with Mike Mobley Reporting since July 2012.
During her career she has achieved the following certifications from the National Court Reporters’ Association: Registered Professional Reporter, Certified Realtime Reporter, Registered Merit Reporter, and Certified Realtime Captioner. Additionally, she is a Certified LiveNote Provider, and she has also provided LiveNote Stream.
Lisa is a Past President of the Ohio Court Reporters’ Association and is still active with the association. The Ohio Court Reporters’ Association honored Lisa with the Glenn W. Stiles, Jr., Distinguished Service Award in 2004 as well as the Diplomat Award in 2000. She won First Place in the Ohio Court Reporters’ Association’s Realtime Contest in 2005.
Currently, Lisa serves as on the Advisory Board for Clark State Community College’s judicial reporting program, and she has mentored many court reporting students and interns. She has participated in the Veteran’s History Project by transcribing four Veteran interviews to be filed with the Library of Congress.
“I love being a court reporter and will continue to do everything I can to assist others in the profession,” concluded Lisa.