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Court Reporters

 



Sandra Nelson

 

Sandy Nelson

Sandy Nelson is founder and president of CPR. She began her court reporting career in 1978 and is a Washington Licensed Court Reporter. She is a Member of the Washington Court Reporters Association and has held several positions on the board of that organization. She is also a member of the National Court Reporters Association. Contact Sandy at admin@capitolpacificreporting.com.


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Kris Manley

 

Kris Manley

Kris is Senior Vice-President of Capitol Pacific Reporting.  She began her career at Capitol Pacific Reporting in 1995. She is a Washington Licensed Court Reporter, a Registered Professional Reporter, and a Certified LiveNote Provider. Kris has served as Secretary, Vice-President, and President of the Washington State Court Reporters Association, and is a member of the National Court Reporters Association.


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Mary Berkstresser

 

Mary Jean Berkstresser

Mary Jean Berkstresser started her reporting career with Sandra Baker & Associates and has been with CPR since 2003 when SBA merged with CPR. She is a Washington Licensed Court Reporter.


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Connie Church

 

Connie Church

Connie Church began her career with CPR in 1983. She is a Washington Licensed Court Reporter, a Registered Professional Reporter, a Certified Real-time Reporter and a Certified LiveNote Reporter. She has been an active member of the Washington Court Reporters Association throughout her career, serving as President, as well as other Board positions.


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Kandi Clark

 

Kandi Clark

Kandi Clark began working with Capitol Pacific Reporting in an overflow capacity in 2007 and continued on full time from 2008 to the present time. Kandi has been a Washington Licensed Court Reporter since 2004 and a California Certified Shorthand Reporter since 1999.


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Janette Curley

 

Janette Curley

Janette Curley started her reporting career with Sandra Baker & Associates in 2001 and has been with CPR since 2003 when SBA merged with CPR. She is a Washington State Licensed Reporter. Her areas of specialty include special education administrative hearings and military proceedings.


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Pamela Dalthorp

 

Pam Dalthorp

Pam Dalthorp began her court reporting career with CPR in 1990. She is a Washington State Licensed Court Reporter and a Registered Professional Reporter.


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Terri Fisher

 

Terri Fisher

Terri Fisher began her reporting career in Washington State in 2003, joining Capitol Pacific Reporting in 2014. She is a Washington State licensed reporter, is active in the Washington Court Reporter’s Association and is currently serving as membership chair.


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Mary Jo Fratella

 

Mary Jo Fratella

Mary Jo Fratella has been reporting since 1986. She began working with Sandra Baker & Associates in 1989 and has been with CPR since 2003 when SBA merged with CPR. She is a Washington Licensed Court Reporter and a Registered Professional Reporter.


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Sue Garcia

 

Sue Garcia

Sue Garcia is a Washington Licensed Court Reporter and Registered Professional Reporter. She started reporting for CPR in 2001. Her experience has ranged from depositions to public meetings, administrative hearings to government proceedings.


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Lesley Kay

 

Lesley Kay

Lesley Kay has been reporting for over 25 years, as both a Deposition Reporter and Official Reporter. She began working with CPR in 2010. She is a licensed court reporter in the States of Washington, Nevada and California.


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Karyn Kirouac

 

Karyn Kirouac

Karyn Kirouac has been reporting since 1982. She has reported in California, Colorado, and Virginia, as well as Washington. She has been with CPR since 2003 when Sandra Baker & Associates merged with CPR. She is a Washington Licensed Court Reporter.


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Lori Stefano

 

Lori Stefano

Lori Stefano began her court reporting career with CPR in 1995. She is a Washington State Licensed Reporter, a California Certified Shorthand Reporter, and a Registered Professional Reporter.


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Kathy Wilson

 

Kathy Wilson

Kathy Wilson began her reporting career in 1996 and transitioned to CPR in 2011. She is a Washington State Licensed Reporter.


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Andrea Clevenger

 

Andrea Clevenger

Andi began her court reporting career in 2005 after attending Green River Community College and obtaining certification as a Washington Certified Court Reporter from the State of Washington. She is certified as a Registered Professional Reporter through the National Court Reporters Association.


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Laura Stewart

 

Laura Stewart

Laura Stewart started with CPR in 2016, following her return to the Pacific Northwest after two years working in federal court in El Paso, Texas. Laura started her court reporting career in 1981 and is licensed in California, Washington, and Texas, as well as a Registered Professional Reporter and a Certified Realtime Reporter.