Leslie was raised in Oklahoma City where she attended Bishop McGuinness High School. She graduated from the University of Oklahoma in 1996 with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing.
She attended the Oklahoma College of Court Reporting in 1997 and obtained her Oklahoma CSR license in 1998. She has worked in various sectors within the fields of nursing and court reporting over the past 20 years.
She currently resides with her daughter in Tulsa, Oklahoma. She enjoys practicing yoga, training her goldendoodle, and watching her daughter play competitive volleyball.
Kortney Houts was born and raised in Tuttle, Oklahoma. She graduated with her Bachelor's degree from Metropolitan College of Court Reporting in 2001 and obtained her Certified Shorthand Reporter license soon thereafter. She worked as an official court reporter at the Oklahoma County Courthouse reporting trials and hearings for a year.
She has been working as a freelance court reporter since 2003 and has experience in numerous types of cases. She looks to further her career and education in getting certified in realtime services, including Live Deposition.
Kortney is married to Cory Houts and has two daughters, Ella Houts and Abby Houts. She loves to spend time with her family and friends and being active with her family.
Jeanna began her court reporting journey in Alvin, Texas. She attended a program that was located nearby which was started and run by a pioneer in the field, Mary H. Knapp.
Jeanna graduated in 1989 and moved to the U.S. Virgin Islands. After interning for Caribbean Scribes in Christiansted, she attained her national license through the National Court Reporter’s Association. She is licensed in Oklahoma. She has experience as a freelance reporter, an Official Court Reporter for the District Court of Oklahoma, and CSR for the Oklahoma Corporation Commission.
Jeanna loves hanging out with her kids and new granddaughter, reading, anything to do with music, and just enjoying life in general.
Melissa Wilson is a graduate of Oklahoma College of Court Reporting She obtained her Oklahoma CSR license in October of 1996, at which time she began her career as a freelance court reporter. She is a member of the Oklahoma Court Reporters Association and the National Court Reporters Association.
Melissa joined instaScript at its inception in July of 2014. She enjoys reporting all types of litigation across the State of Oklahoma, as well as the challenge of advancing her knowledge and education by becoming certified in various realtime services.
Melissa treasures the time spent with her husband, Richard, and two children, Dillon and Kathryn, and supporting their various interests.