Doris O. Wong, RPR, RMR


  • President of the National Court Reporters Association 1980-1981
  • Distinguished Service Award Recipient 1987
  • Founding Fellow 1975
  • President of the Massachusetts Court Reporters Association 1968-1970
  • National Speed Contest qualifier 1964

Connie B. Psaros, RPR, CMRS

Vice President of Operations

  • Student Corner Blog editor
  • NCRA contributor
  • St. Jude Volunteer
  • Earned her Certified Manager of Reporter Services in 2000
  • Received her Registered Professional Reporter designation in 1979
  • Mass Bay Community College - A.B. in Court Reporting and Conference Reporting, 1979
  • Salem State College - B.S. in Education, 1976

Linda S. Fifield, MBA

Vice President of Marketing and Finance

  • Serving on the Stenograph Liaison Technology Committee 1990-Present
  • Vice President - Society for the Technological Advancement of Reporting in 2015-2016
  • Secretary - Society for the Technological Advancement of Reporting in 2014-2015
  • Director - Society for the Technological Advancement of Reporting from 2012-2014 and 1993-1995
  • Director - Baron Users Group from 1990-1993
  • Conference and Seminar Chairperson for STAR and BUG
  • Suffolk University - Master of Business Administration,1993
  • Salem State College - B.A. in Psychology, 1978

Elizabeth Reff, Scheduler

Elizabeth joined Doris O. Wong Associates, Inc., in May 2017 as the new Office Manager. She graduated the State University of New York at Plattsburgh in 2014 where she earned a bachelor’s degree in journalism, and where she worked as a section editor/page designer for her independent student newspaper.

At Doris Wong Associates, she is responsible for scheduling inquiries, allocating assignments to reporters, assisting clients via phone or email, and setting up depositions and meetings that require remote technologies such as video conferencing and cameo.



Dena Toney, Production

Dena joined Doris O. Wong Associates, Inc. in January 2017.  She graduated from Rider University in 2000 where she earned a bachelor’s degree in advertising.  Favoring a rather different occupation from her major, she found my niche in child care.  Having the privilege of working in this field for 15 years,  she will forever feel indebted to the little ones who taught her big lessons about life.

After moving to the Boston area in December 2016, she switched gears again to find suitable employment.  Armed with a keen attention to detail and an aim to please,  she quickly found her place here at Doris O. Wong Associates, Inc.  providing verbatim transcripts to the attorneys in a timely fashion and in the format they prefer.   Striking the balance between speed and perfection is not always easy, but she refuse to sacrifice quality for quantity.  Taking one extra minute to look over a transcript can make a big difference.

When not working, she enjoys sharing her passion for and her strong faith in the Bible with the Mandarin Chinese community.  Since Boston boasts one of the largest concentrations of Chinese-speaking people, upon graduating from a special Bible school, she was asked to  move to this area to help them learn about the Bible and their Creator.

She looks forward to what the future holds and where the adventure will lead her next.


Ralph Simpson, Ret. RMR

Quality Control Specialist

R alph joined Doris O. Wong Associates, Inc., in January 1970 as its first full-time reporter. He holds the CSR, RPR and RMR designations and was the Massachusetts Shorthand Reporters Association (MSRA) shorthand speed champion in 1975 and 1976. He is also a past-president of MSRA.

Due to a wrist injury in February of 2003, Ralph transitioned from court reporter to quality control manager and is now responsible for transcript production, proofreading, computer billing, and mentoring some of the younger reporters on our staff.

   “Quality is our #1 product at Doris O. Wong Associates, Inc.”