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National Court Reporters Association names former Kroger official CEO

Michael S. Nelson will be the new CEO and executive director of The National Court Reporters Association. He takes the job June 1.

Nelson brings extensive association leadership to the organization, according to an NCRA news release, with experience in both private industry and nonprofits.

NCRA, the organization that represents stenographic court reporters, captioners and legal videographers, and it’s board of directors selected Nelson from a pool of candidates in a search led by Washington, D.C.-based recruiting firm Vetted Solutions.

"We have the utmost confidence in the search approach in which we were just engaged, and we know that Nelson is the right leader to usher NCRA into the future," Sarah E. Nageotte, 2014-15 NCRA president, said in the release. "He brings the perfect blend of education, experience and accomplishments to build on the growth and momentum NCRA is currently experiencing."

Nelson is a Florida native who served with the U.S. Army security agency and has bachelor's degrees in management and in marketing from the University of West Florida.

While working for the Kroger Company, one of America's largest food and department store chains, he received numerous awards for store profitability, consumer research and merchandising, according to the news release.

His experience in nonprofit management includes stints as vice president for administration with the Florida Audubon Society and later as CEO of the Audubon Naturalist Society in Maryland, CFO of the National Building Museum in Washington, and COO of the Society of Nuclear Medicine in Virginia.

He most recently worked for the National Association of Enrolled Agents.

"I'm confident that my background marries with NCRA's needs on so many fronts," Nelson said. "With a strong focus on court reporter education, raising public awareness and creating a financial framework that allows for a long and successful future, I'm excited about the possibilities the future holds for NCRA and its dedicated and passionate membership."

Nelson resides in Olney, Md. He and his wife, Lynn, have three grown sons.

Huseby is involved in NCRA

Huseby is a supporter of NCRA in many ways, including through NCRA’s Ethics First program.

Read more about Ethics First here.

Since 1928, the Huseby family has been proudly serving the legal community providing the highest quality court reporting,trial services and litigation support in the industry.

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NCRA names Battle Creek, Michigan reporter as board president

Battle Creek, Mich., resident Tami Smith will serve as president of the National Court Reporters Association Board of Directors. Smith was promoted to this position during the National Court Reporters Association's 2012 Annual Convention in Philadelphia, Pa., in August.

Smith has worked as an official reporter since 1990. She currently works with U.S. Circuit Judge James C. Kingsley of the 37th U.S. Circuit Court in Battle Creek.

Smith has volunteered on many NCRA and Michigan Association of Professional Court Reporters committees. She has previously served on the National Court Reporters Foundation's Board of Trustees and also served on the advisory boards of two court reporting programs. In 2002, she received the Michigan Association of Professional Court Reporters' Alton Cobb Award in recognition for her outstanding efforts and time devoted as a volunteer and chief examiner. In 2007, Smith received the Michigan association's Distinguished Service Award.

Huseby, Inc., a supporter of the NCRA’s Ethics First program, congratulates Smith and looks forward to her service. The goal of the court reporter or captioner is to get each and every word a person utters down on paper or in digital form.

The National Court Reporters Association is internationally recognized as the premier educational and informational resource for its 18,000 members and the public. The association promotes excellence among those who capture and convert the spoken word to text and is committed to supporting every member in achieving the highest level of professional expertise. NCRA's certification programs provide members opportunities for success and recognition.

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Huseby supports NCRA's Ethics First program because the practice of court reporting relies on strong ethics

Huseby, Inc., is proud to support the Ethics First program through The National Court Reporters Association.

Our support of Ethics First shows we avoid giving and accepting high-value gifts, in support of impartiality and NCRA’s Code of Professional Ethics. The code defines the ethical relationship the public, the bench, and the bar have a right to expect from Huseby as an NCRA member, and provides the framework for the practice of reporting.

Through its grassroots efforts, Ethics First seeks to positively educate court reporters, firms, and clients that the impartiality and neutrality of the court reporter is of utmost importance in maintaining an unbiased legal system.

Huseby works to make sure our clients know we understand the ethical implications that gift-giving entails. and we are doing ou part to ensure that the legal system remains entirely impartial. The Ethics First logo signals to our clients and others we follow the NCRA’s Code of Professional Ethics.

Since 1928, the Huseby family has been proudly serving the legal community providing the highest qualitycourt reporting, trial services and litigation support in the industry.

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