Eve WilbanksNationally Certified
Eve graduated from Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, Illinois, in 1994. Upon graduation, she moved to Mount Pleasant, South Carolina, to begin her career as a freelance court reporter. In 1995, she passed the Registered Professional Reporter examination, given by the National Court Reporters Association (NCRA), to become nationally certified. In September of 2008, she also completed and passed the test to become a Certified LiveNote Reporter. She enjoys keeping abreast of the ever-changing technology that faces the legal community and obtains continuing education credits to maintain the status of a Registered Professional Reporter. She in the past has held positions with the South Carolina Court Reporters Association and attended NCRA’s Leadership Training Conference in Washington, D.C. She is experienced in all aspects of reporting and offers real-time services. Eve resides in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina. “I take pride in knowing that my clients can depend on me as a reporter and a business owner to deliver the product that they need. Being a local small business owner gives me the opportunity to personally get to know the needs of my clients and their staff.”
Mary Ann RidenourNationally Certified
Mary Ann graduated from Cittone Institute in Edison, New Jersey, in 1991. Upon graduation, she moved to Mount Pleasant, South Carolina, and began her career as a freelance court reporter. In 1994, she became a founding member of Carolina Reporting. The following year she became recognized as a Registered Professional Reporter, after passing the National Court Reporters Association (NCRA) proficiency exam. In 2008, she earned her Certified LiveNote Reporter designation.
She has held numerous committee and board positions with the South Carolina Court Reporters Association since 1996 and served as president twice. Mary Ann has also held several committee positions within NCRA and for five years was their legislative liaison for nine southern states. She served as chair of NCRA’s Committee on Professional Ethics and co-chair of their Ethics First Committee. She has published articles in the state association’s newsletter and NCRA’s Leadership Bulletin, as well as their national trade publication, Journal of Court Reporting. She has conducted seminars on both the state and national level, on topics ranging from certification of court reporters to grassroots lobbying, and creative thinking strategies.
Mary Ann and her husband, Bill, have two sons. They reside in Summerville.