Tami Keenan is a retired court reporter from Battle Creek, Mich. She holds the nationally recognized professional certifications of Registered Professional Reporter (RPR) and Certified Program Evaluator (CPE) and is also a Fellow of the Professional Academy of Reporters (FAPR). She began her career as a freelance court reporter in 1988 and became an official court reporter in 1990, serving in the 37th Circuit Court of Michigan. She retired from court reporting in 2014.
Keenan has served on NCRF’s Angels Committee, including as chair, and has been an Angel donor since 2006. She has also been a member of the Foundation’s Legacy Society since 2012 and was a Major Gifts Donor from 2004 to 2005.
Keenan is a past president and director of NCRA and has been a frequent contributor to the Association’s monthly membership publication, the JCR. She is also a long-time member and past president of the Michigan Association of Professional Court Reporters (MAPCR) and is a recipient of the Alton Cobb Award, as well as the MAPCR DSA and Harry Howse Lifetime Achievement Award.
She is excited to be part of NCRF and its programs, which are vital to the future of court reporting and captioning. She loves spending time with her husband, Reggie, and their two Siberian Huskies, Jazz and Tazz.