Our company is proud of the strides and accomplishments it has made since its inception. Our co-founder, Ashley Walton has been recognized by the community as a mover and shaker that gets things done, and has been nominated for the San Diego Business Journal’s Women Who Mean Business Award. A seasoned contributor to the industry, Ms. Walton co-founded Aptus Court Reporting in January 2011, with the first office opening in March of the same year. A well-known figure in legal circles, she has been intimately involved in building relationships with top reporters in the industry. Instrumental in key employee hiring, Ashley has also been the top revenue producer at Aptus, and is a major supporter of the Lawyer’s Club and ABTL.
“We are so very proud of Ashley’s nomination and equally grateful to have her as part of our team! She exemplifies the spirit of our great organization and is always focused on creating an amazing experience with everyone she comes into contact with,” says Co-Founder and President, Derek Berg.
A Force Of Her Own
“Being nominated for this award by one of my clients means a lot to me. I feel so incredibly blessed that I get to do what I love with people that I love each and every day. So, being nominated for an award for that is proof to me that I am where I am supposed to be,” says Walton.
A philanthropist and contributor to the community, Ashley serves on the Board of Directors for Girls on the Run San Diego; served as the co-host of the Annual Food From the Bar Silent Auction; and hosted the first annual charity golf tournament on behalf of Aptus/Girls On The Run.
Our company has had and will continue to have tremendous growth because of our team. There is not a group of people in our industry that cares more about serving others than we do. We salute Ashley for her efforts in making Aptus Court Reporting an entity that is recognized in the field. Being led by such a dynamic individual continues to work to our benefit as we grow as a company. It takes vision and leadership to attain the goals we have in such a short period of time, and we give kudos to our co-founder for her tenacity and drive to make Aptus a force to be reckoned with.
With five west coast local offices, Aptus has the capability to provide global court reporting services, expanding into areas of videography and other technologically advanced initiatives that will streamline workflow. We have Ms. Walton’s contributions to thank for these innovations, and for that we say thank you and congratulations!