Kathy has been a freelance California Certified Shorthand Reporter in San Diego since 1986. Pursuing her entrepreneurial spirit of owning her own business, in 1994, she formed Provancha Shelburne Court Reporters (subsequently Provancha Shelburne Sherr Court Reporters). In 2004, Kathy and Sharon Sherr formed Shelburne Sherr Court Reporters & Videography, continuing the tenacity of a local, women-owned firm, wherein she handles the day-to-day operation of the business. She is instrumental in building relationships with court reporters and videographers and serving the needs of Shelburne Sherr’s clientele. She has worked as a reporter primarily in California, covering depositions and public hearings, and has covered deposition assignments in other countries.
Kathy is a San Diego native and is passionate when it comes to giving back to the community. She volunteers with charitable organizations and has previously sat on the board for the General Reporters Association of San Diego and member of the Deposition Reporters Association and California Court Reporters Association and other local associations. She has served on the Alumni board for the University of San Diego High School and was a recipient of the Distinguished Don award. She enjoys time with family and friends, traveling, sports and movies.
Sharon has been a California Certified Shorthand Reporter since 1986 and has owned and operated various San Diego-based court reporting agencies, including Sherr Court Reporters and Chavez & Sherr Reporting. In 1997 Sharon joined Provancha Shelburne Court Reporters (subsequently Provancha Shelburne Sherr Court Reporters) and concentrated on her love for reporting and delivering instantaneous proceedings in realtime. Sharon holds a Nevada Certified Court Reporters license and a National Registered Professional Reporters license.
Sharon previously sat on the board of the General Reporters Association of San Diego and currently serves as a DAC member for the California Court Reporters Association. She is a member of the Deposition Reporters Association and promotes and serves various local associations. Sharon has presented seminars on a variety of topics, including deposition procedures and realtime writing. She serves as a founding board member of Twenty-Nine:Eleven maternity home which brings help and hope to women facing unplanned pregnancies.
Sharon and her husband enjoy raising their three kids and living an active and abundant life.