Industries: government contracting, construction, healthcare, professional services and real estate
Joined the firm in: 1991
Entered accounting in: 1984
Native of: California
Resident of: Oak Park
Education: BS, business administration, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo
Vice President / Principal
Kim partners with clients to ensure compliance but, more importantly, to help them be successful. In addition to client responsibilities, Kim also coaches and trains staff and oversees all aspects of technology within the office.
Before joining Andrea Roschke to form Roschke & Wall, Kim worked at a local accounting firm in Santa Monica. She has a knack for helping people prepare for their tax appointments and ensuring their bookkeeping and QuickBooks is done correctly.
Most often Kim will be outside hiking or walking with her dog when not at the office. A frequent visitor to the Mammoth Lakes area, she goes snowshoeing there in the winter and hikes and fishes in the summer. She and her husband, John, along with their college-aged son, Cole, have visited many of the country’s National Parks in their RV.
“I’m happiest when I’m busy. I love helping people whether that be our clients, members of the underserved community via Rotary or my family and friends.”
“Everyone works hard to make my life as a business owner less complicated so I can focus on the stuff I’m good at—which, by the way, is not accounting.“
“As an entrepreneur and long time client, I credit much of my financial sanity to their expertise, wisdom and compassionate care for their clients.“
“Roschke & Wall is as good as it gets. From business advice to how to deal with employees in multiple states, they have answers to help us navigate complex issues.“
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