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Q: What do you get when you combine all of Harry Potter, Lord of the Rings, and War and Peace?
A: Less than a third of the total number of words an NCI real-time captioner writes in a single year!
We are proud to announce that NCI’s own Darlene Parker has been named to the 2015 class of NCRA's Fellows of the Academy of Professional Reporters!Read More...
Darlene has been a member of NCRA (National Court Reporters Association) since 1975 and has served as faculty for NCRA Realtime workshops across the country. She has presented numerous seminars and webinars, served on the Realtime Testing Committee, and currently serves on the Captioning Community of Interest and the Legislative Subcommittee. As a member of the Legislative Subcommittee, Darlene was instrumental in drafting the Best Practices document that NCRA presented to the FCC, which then served as the launching point for the Best Practices document submitted to the FCC by the coalition of captioning companies.
Darlene served as an Official Court Reporter in the Superior Court of the District of Columbia 1974-1984. She joined NCI in 1984 and became just the sixth broadcast captioner in the country. In her role as a supervisor, she trained more than 200 captioners throughout the years. She is currently the Director of Steno Captioning and Relations at NCI.
Congratulations on this noteworthy recognition!
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