Tri-C’s Kelly Moranz Named ‘Educator of the Year’ By National Court Reporters Association
August 10, 2016
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CASE Award of Excellence recognizes dedicated work for students
Kelly Moranz, manager of the Captioning and Court Reporting program at Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C®), has been named 2016 Educator of the Year by the National Court Reporters Association.
The organization announced the honor during its annual convention held Aug. 4-7 in Chicago. Moranz received the association’s CASE Award of Excellence in recognition of her dedicated work for students.
Moranz began teaching at Tri-C in 2006 and has been instrumental in developing the College’s Captioning and Court Reporting program. Her efforts include the creation of a mentorship initiative lauded for its success.
Earlier this year, the Journal of Court Reporting presented Moranz with an award highlighting innovative and forward-thinking practices.
“Kelly stands out as a leader in her profession,” said Scott Halm, Tri-C’s associate dean of Business and Applied Technologies. “She has helped model Tri-C’s program into one of the premier programs in the country.”
Moranz, of Cleveland, is a Certified Reporting Instructor with three decades of experience in the field. She is also a graduate of Tri-C.