Jennifer Gaul leads the U.S. Legal Support Court Reporter Relations Program. Her passion for court reporting and commitment to the profession’s continual improvement is deeply rooted in more than 20 years of experience.
After graduating from court reporting school and practicing as a freelance court reporter in Florida, she was recruited to serve in a management role with a national litigation support company. It was here that she first recognized her passion for supporting professional reporters and educating others about the unique opportunities inherent in the profession.
In 2001, she pursued and was awarded the Certified Manager of Reporting Services certification through the National Court Reporters Association.
In 2004, Jennifer joined U.S. Legal Support and successfully led the operations of its Southeast Division and was ultimately named Division President of the Southeast.
Today, Jennifer serves the U.S. Legal Support community of court reporters in her role as Senior Vice President, Court Reporter Relations. Here, she focuses on reporter training, education, recruiting and development across the United States.
Throughout her career she has been actively involved with the Florida Court Reporters Association, serving on the Board of Directors as well as a variety of committees. She was integral in the formation and development of the Florida Professional Reporter Certification program. Jennifer served as the 2008/2009 President of FCRA and was awarded the prestigious Emily Mann Distinguished Service Award recognizing her outstanding contributions and service to the profession.
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