Planet Institute Leadership Team
Kathy DiLorenzo, RDR-CRR-CBC-FAPR
Vice President of Court Reporting
Kathy is a recognized leader in the court reporting industry with more than 41 years of experience, including dedicating more than 20 years of her illustrious career to the National Court Reporters Association, culminating as its President. Kathy oversees the recruiting, vetting, onboarding and day-to-day support of Planet Depos’ worldwide team of professional court reporters.
Darlene Williams, RPR-CMRS
Professional Development Specialist
Darlene has 28 years of active reporting and three years in an administrative support function. Beginning in 2002, she held Certified Shorthand Reporter licenses in California, Arizona and Nevada, providing realtime reporting in complex litigation matters. Darlene’s primary roles are managing quality assurance, as well as supporting court reporting students and interns.
Director of Court Reporting — Steno
Angela has 10 years of operational management experience in the court reporting industry, including stenographer recruitment, engagement and support. She is responsible for the onboarding of court reporters and ensuring that the talents and skills of individual reporters are best matched to assignments in achievement of their financial goals. She also supports the company’s plans for expansion of its pool of stenographic court reporters. Angela’s operational experience, coupled with her understanding of the industry, make her an invaluable asset to the Planet Depos leadership team.
Lisa DiMonte, RDR-CMRS
Lisa has more than 45 years of experience in the court reporting industry with a proven track record of implementing effective case management tools which allow legal teams to focus on their case instead of managing the details of depositions. Lisa has trained and managed thousands of court reporters and support teams around the world and is committed to delivering best-in-class court reporting services at competitive prices with impeccable customer service whenever and wherever the need arises.