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Andrea, owner and operator of Associated Reporting & Video since May 1, 2015, began her career at age 16 (don’t ask!) and has more than 18 years’ experience as a freelance reporter, captioner, and CART provider.  In 2013 Andrea won the championship trophy at the Pacific Northwest Speed Contest, a three-part contest with a top speed of Q&A at 270 words per minute! Andrea also walked away with three silver medals in 2014 and 2015 at the Pacific Northwest Realtime Contests.

In 2014 Andrea achieved her RDR (Registered Diplomate Reporter), the most exacting certification exam offered by the National Court Reporters Association — a credential held by only four reporters in the state of Idaho.  In addition to her Idaho CSR certification, Andrea’s national professional certifications include the RPR (Registered Professional Reporter), RMR (Registered Merit Reporter), CRR (Certified Realtime Reporter), and CRC (Certified Realtime Captioner).

For nearly 20 years Andrea has been an active member of the National Court Reporters Association. She also served as president of the Idaho Court Reporters Association from 2017-2019.

Andrea’s passion is to deliver to the bench and bar the best in court reporting.  Every time.  She thrives on challenges, taking on tough assignments locally in Boise, around the country, and internationally.  (Oh, yes, her bags are packed, passport ready.  International assignments are exciting — and welcome!)


Litigation Support Specialist

Sladja joined ARV in July of 2018, bringing with her 15+ years of executive customer service experience. Although she had limited exposure to litigation in her previous employment, she was enthusiastic and excited to begin a new adventure. While her position at ARV as a litigation support specialist is much more than meets the eye and involves a wide variety of tasks, her primary objective is to provide the best customer experience possible for all of ARV’s clients, no matter the request or the deadline. Sladja loves helping others solve problems and never backs away from a challenge, no matter how big or small.

Executive Conference Center Director

Abigail began her career as a court reporter working for Associated Reporting & Video in March of 2015, after graduating from Brown College of Court Reporting.  In August of 2019 Abigail stepped into a new role — director of ARV’s brand-new Executive Conference Center.  She will now be devoting her time and attention to her true passion:  the client experience.  She’ll make sure everything goes smoothly, from scheduling conference space for your event, to coordinating focus groups.  Schedule a deposition or mediation with us and Abigail will take care of the details.  Your experience will be seamless.  That’s what excites Abigail about her new position at ARV:  exceeding our clients’ expectations!