Ari Sebo

Legal Documents Director

Ari is Reportex’s Legal Documents Director, ensuring all of our digital products meet our signature level of quality.

About Ari

Ari heads the quality management department, which focuses on transcript quality control, creating all appeal products and e-documents and training of legal contractors and staff. Some of Reportex’s appeal products include e-appeals, e-binders and transcript bundles. If you or your team would like to take advantage of Reportex’s services for appeal books and e-appealse-trials or transcript bundles, please contact our legal transcription and appeals director, Kim Allen.

Specialties & Skills

As well as being fluent in French, Ari has edited and proofread for many writers and authors throughout the years and is familiar with different styles. She has proofread for both American and Canadian court reporters and has proofread thousands of pages since 2015. Having worked in the healthcare security industry for over seven years, Ari has solid experience with law enforcement, emergency services, physical security and Nonviolent Crisis Intervention.

Interests & Volunteerism

Ari plays the violin and viola, is a film and television buff and enjoys donating to local food banks and animal rescue organizations.

When she is not working, you will find Ari performing internet research, crafting in crochet and other fibre arts and enjoying the quiet life with her husband, pug and cats.

Fun Facts

In her younger years Ari was involved in theatre, television and motion pictures. As a child she worked as a stand-in in the motion picture Betrayed, starring Debra Winger and Tom Berenger.

As an adult she produced and co-hosted a weekly television show named More Than Just Stuff on local cable before attending college. She now enjoys watching movies and television rather than participating in their production.



  • Proofread Anywhere | Certificate in Transcript Proofreading: Theory and Practice
  • University of Calgary | Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy
  • Lethbridge College (formerly Lethbridge Community College) | Diploma in Multimedia Production