Sue A. Terry, RPR, CRR, CLR, FAPR
Sue A. Terry, is a court reporter from Springfield, Ohio. Terry holds the professional certifications of Registered Professional Reporter (RPR), and Certified Realtime Reporter (CRR). She has been a court reporter since 1975.
Terry, who holds the professional certifications of Registered Professional Reporter (RPR) and Certified Realtime Reporter (CRR), has been a court reporter since 1975. Throughout her career, she has reported arbitrations, court proceedings, conventions, administrative hearings, public utility hearings, large environmental cases, patent cases, tobacco cases, and other cases with highly technical or medical testimony. As a trainer, Terry has helped many reporters make the transition to realtime reporting by improving their translation rates and assisting them with mastering the use of CAT software. During the 1980s, she taught at the Stenotype Institute.
At the national level, Terry currently serves as co-chair of NCRA's Technology Evaluation Committee, and is a member of its TRAIN Committee (Taking Realtime Awareness and Innovation Nationwide).
Terry is a past president of the Ohio Court Reporters Association (OCRA), and the StenoCAT Users Group, and is the recipient of both groups' Distinguished Service Award. She has also served on advisory committees for the Gigatron Software Corporation, LiveNote for the Thompson West Corp., and for the Clark State Community College of Court Reporting.
She has extensive experience as a presenter, and has led seminars for OCRA, NCRA, the StenoCAT Users Group, and many state court reporting associations. In addition, Terry has spoken before the Ohio State Bar Association, the Connecticut State Bar Association, and the American Trial Lawyers Association. She has also served as a faculty member of the Ohio Judicial College for the Ohio Supreme Court.