Our leadership team has a vision to provide unprecedented levels of access to the court record.
Michael G. Rose
Chief Executive Officer
This has included leading an industry overhaul of paint recycling in the US, with legislation passed in multiple states. As Co-founder, Chairman and CEO of Ease Entertainment Services, Mike transformed notoriously inefficient, paper-based, ‘behind the camera’ processes into fast and seamless online systems that became the new industry standard.
He continues to spearhead the court recording process, introducing world-first digital technologies to dramatically improve the delivery speed, security and accuracy of court records.
He has spent several years with Microsoft helping federal agencies understand and adopt cloud technologies and artificial intelligence, as well as working closely with our team across several technologies, including virtual justice and speech-to-text.
Kevin is the rare entrepreneurial technologist who quickly understands key business drivers and processes, which will be integral to achieving our mission of accelerating the delivery of justice.
As FTR’s Chief Human Resources Officer, Mandy ensures we have exceptional people, policies and work environments to support our dynamic business. Working with leadership and across our global team, Mandy drives a culture of collaboration, engagement, performance and results. She is passionate about empowering employees to do their best and championing positive change for our business across the world.
In 2020, Jill re-joined For The Record Group, having worked as Finance Manager at Auscript from 2014-2017. Since then, she has developed comprehensive pricing models, re-engineered monthly reporting suites, and implemented several process improvements. Jill oversees our Finance and Operations teams and is responsible for ensuring ongoing compliance with all taxation and governance requirements.
As Vice President – Court Services, Fraser helps set the tone for how the account is managed by assuring focus on key client objectives and delivering appropriate resources showcasing what we strive to achieve for every client: simple, streamlined efficiency.
SueLynn is highly respected and well known in the court reporting and technology industry, bringing a wealth of experience to her role. SueLynn worked as a court reporter for the Comanche County District Court in Lawton, Oklahoma and also served as the 2009-10 President of the National Court Reporters Association (NCRA) before joining For The Record in 2011.
During her time away from For The Record, SueLynn worked as a Court Technology and Process Consultant for The Morgan Group and as Director of Digital Service Delivery for Esquire Deposition Solutions.
In her role as VP – Justice Program Management, SueLynn is based in Phoenix, Arizona, and focuses her expertise on our partnership with the Judicial Branch of Arizona in Maricopa County.