DON’T FORGET TO PAY YOUR 2016 DUES NOW!
Don’t forget to pay your MCRA Dues! It’s so easy to do!
Click on “Membership” Tab. Click on “Renew Membership.”
If you’re not a member or you’re wondering what your dues go for here are some highlights of what MCRA provides for its members.
- Offers Continuing Education
- Provides legislative monitoring and oversight
- Stays on top of court news and new rules
- Provides a website with job postings, news, conference information, and the ability to pay dues and registrations through PayPal
- MCRA employs a full-time legislative representative who looks after our interests in the legislature, at OSCA, and in the courts.
Welcome to the MCRA website!
Welcome to the NEW Missouri Court Reporters Association web page. If you’re a member click here for directions on how to sign in and create your password! If you’re not, click here for a new member application!
Once you enter the exciting new website, as a member, you will be able to see Progress, policies and procedures, updated legislative information, financials, committee listings, and other member benefits!
We also love to hear from you, so if you have any comments,. concerned or compliments that you’d like to offer. please e-mail us at email@example.com
President Kathy Foley
President-Elect Brett Harrison
Secretary Robin Cox
Treasurer Gail Conaway
Executive Director Linda Dattilo
Past President Sarah Marshall
Region I Karen Rottman
Region II Julie Ragsdale
Region III Tracy Taylor
Region IV Melissa Hannah
Region V Sheila Irvin
Notice: For all those members that have paid their dues for the 2015 year, you have been or soon will be receiving an e-mail with your user name and password so that you can now access the private side and will be able to see financial reports and other member-only items. Once you are signed in, you can change your user name and password! If you are paying your dues online, you can register online and create your own user name and password!
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