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Professor Becerra is currently Dean of Undergraduate Studies for Humphreys University and Chair of the Liberal Arts Department. During her first four years of teaching at the University, she taught both court reporting and English courses, including those required for CSR-bound students. A graduate of CSU, Sacramento with a M.A. in English and Literature, she resides in the Linden area along with her husband, who is a cherry farmer.
Diana Van Dyke has been a court reporter since 1995. She began her career as an independent contractor reporting depositions for over five years before fulfilling one of her professional goals of becoming a Los Angeles Superior Court Official Court Reporter in 2001. After more than ten years of serving the public as an official in almost all of the various case types for which Los Angeles provides a court reporter, she now finds herself experiencing the challenge of an assignment in a long-cause felony trial court. Diana has served as a LACCRA Board member for nearly 10 years. This will be the 6th year that Diana has participated in LACCRA's E-filing Committee, helping usher into the court system the newest tool in our court reporters' array of useful assets to our justice system.
Margary Rogers, RPR, CRI, RSA is an Official Court Reporter in Washington, D.C. for 19 years and was a freelance reporter for three years. Margary obtained her Bachelor of Science Degree in Court Reporting, an Associate of Science Degree as an Legal Assistant and a Concentration in Psychology from Johnson & Wales University in Providence, Rhode Island.
Ms. Rogers has been a board member, the secretary, the President-Elect and is the current President of the Maryland Court Reporters Association.
She has earned her Court Reporting Instructor Certification (CRI) in 2002. She taught court reporting at universities and community colleges, including Anne Arundel Community College in Hanover, Maryland; Howard University Continuing Education Department in Silver Spring, Maryland and Reporting Academy of Virginia in Northern Virginia. She is a NCRF Angel and an Angel Gatherer with the National Court Reporters Foundation. Ms. Rogers was the Chair of NCRA’s Membership Committee, 2021-2022 and she has continued as the chair for 2022-2023.
Margary love giving back to the Court Reporting Industry. Margary is also a member of NCRA’s Student/Teacher Committee 2022-2023; NCRA’s Political Action (PAC) Governing Committee 2022-2023 and NCRA’s Brand.