Industries: government contractors, medical offices and creatives and other professional services
Joined the firm in: 1996
Entered accounting in: 1990
Native of: San Fernando Valley
Resident of: Oak Park
Education: BS, concentration in finance, California State University, Sacramento
Kristine works with a variety of businesses providing both tax and accounting assistance. She’s responsible for managing client projects and bringing in the right team of professionals to help each client. As the person who oversees marketing and business development for the firm, she’s constantly learning about where CPA firms are headed.
In addition, she is experienced with SaaS (Software as a Service) and researches software solutions that will work for clients or help them solve a specific problem. After determining how it works and how it can help, she’s guided businesses to adopt software like Bill.com and QuickBooks Online.
Originally, she joined Roschke & Wall’s predecessor firm in 1996 before leaving to work for CBS and a short-lived start-up, Icebox. She returned to the firm a few years later.
Kristine and her husband, Chris, have a teenage daughter. When she’s not playing chauffeur, Kristine is a connoisseur of podcasts where she learns about happiness, emotional intelligence, women and food, and compassionate leadership. She also enjoys watching documentaries and visiting her family and friends.
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