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Joe Koluch
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Joe Koluch has been a court reporter since 1969. He earned his RPR and CSR in the 70’s. He has reported in the courts in the State of Maryland for over 20 years. He left the courts for freelance work in 1993, and reported at depositions until 2003 when he joined Stenograph. At Stenograph as a District Manager covering six states on the east coast, he provided information and guidance for reporters and students in choosing a writer and/or CAT (computer-aided transcription) software. During the 90’s, Joe served as President for three terms for the Maryland Court Reporters Association. He began teaching in the 70’s when he substituted teaching court reporting theory for a year at the University of Maryland. He later became a speed development instructor in the early 90’s at Villa Julie College (now Stevenson University). He is currently our high-speed development instructor, where he assists the students to completion in the program, offering his reporting experience and skills as well as his knowledge in two major court reporting CAT software programs.

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Louisa Brooks
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Louisa Brooks, Speed I development teacher, obtained an A.A. degree in business from Raritan Valley Community College in Somerset, New Jersey in 1985 and worked in various industries as an administrative assistant for roughly five years. In the fall of 1987, she began training as a court reporter and completed the court reporting program at Villa Julie College, now Stevenson College in Towson, Maryland in 1990. Louisa has been providing court reporting services in the Baltimore Washington Metropolitan region ever since. She has received both national and state certifications in court reporting. In addition to working as a freelance reporter, Louisa previously taught Sten-Ed theory at the Anne Arundel Community College as well as their speed building classes and CAT, Computer Aided Transcription course.

Joe Grabowski
Joe Grabowski, RMR
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Joe Grabowski, RMR, President/CEO of Gore Brothers, is the program and site facilitator. He began reporting in the Baltimore/DC area in 1976, and started providing realtime to attorneys and the deaf/hard-of-hearing in the mid 1980's. Joe has covered depositions in various locations in the United States, Spain, Greece and has taken statements from survivors of WWII German concentration camps in Poland. He is a member of the National Court Reporters Association, past president and board member of the National Network of Reporting Companies, and past president of the Maryland Court Reporters Association. Joe is chairman of the Education Advisory Committee of the Maryland Court Reporters Association, and was appointed by Chief Judge Robert M. Bell to the State of Maryland's first Court Reporters Committee.

   

 

 

 

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