36 years of court reporting experience
Teresa is a frequent educator at court reporting seminars and has served in all offices, including heading and working with several legislative committees. She is also an inspirational and motivational speaker to women's groups around the state. Check out her blog at www.needamiracle.net.
Summary of Experience
Teresa was one of the first reporters in West Virginia to adopt computerized reporting in 1982. She worked with her boss, the Honorable Lyne Ranson, to build the first realtime courtroom in Kanawha County and quickly became nicknamed "Realtime!"
During her 36 years of reporting experience, Teresa has had extensive experience in providing realtime reporting in deposition, arbitration, and courtroom settings. She has vast experience in medical and technical depositions and conferences; and has the knowledge to provide the reporting and technical troubleshooting for courtroom realtime and/or daily copy.
Teresa enjoys her time with her children and grandchildren, working with other women in developing their spiritual strengths and building healthy relationships, and enjoys reading and walking in her spare time.
Teresa's business philosophy is that the client comes first, and everyone at Realtime Reporters endeavors to follow that same principle, giving us the customer service award for legal service corporations!