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Diane Emery, President and CEO of Executive Reporting Service inducted at FCRA annual convention.

Clearwater, FL – October 2010 – Executive Reporting Service is proud to announce that President and CEO Diane Emery was installed as the Northern Director for the Florida Court Reporter Association (FCRA) at their annual convention this month.  This prestigious 2-year appointment is a testament to Emery’s dedication to the field of professional court reporting.

“FCRA is the ‘voice’ of our industry.  They work tirelessly to educate and protect the growing profession of court reporting and I am so proud to be appointed to this position and to do my part to help support and promote their efforts.” Prior to this appointment, Diane has been an active member since 1995.

Diane Emery is also actively involved with the Florida Association of Legal Support Specialists (FALSS) chapters: St. Petersburg Association of Legal Support Specialists (SPALSS) and Sarasota/Manatee Association of Legal Support Specialists (SMALSS) and sits as the Director of Education for each of these organizations.

About Executive Reporting Service: ERS is an award-winning court reporting service, headquartered in Clearwater, with seven locations throughout five Florida counties. The company, founded in 1981 by Diane Emery, relies on savvy technologies and certified staff to give its clients the best service available. ERS was named Outstanding Business of the Year in 2006 by St. Petersburg Chamber of Commerce and was voted one of the Top 75 Woman Owned Businesses in Tampa Bay by Tampa Bay Business Journal. As well the firm made Tampa Bay Business Journal’s annual list of top Women-Owned Businesses in 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2010.  Its convenient legal services include videoconferencing, real-time reporting, and transcriptions of depositions, administrative hearings, court tapes, and lectures. For more information, go to or call 727.823-4155

About FCRA: In 1961, FCRA was incorporated to operate as an educational entity for the development of the reporting profession. Since that time, FCRA has taken an active role in both the legislative and regulatory control of the profession. The Association’s growth and success in the maintenance of its high standards and protection of the public interest is paramount and continues to be recognized industry wide.