Bio

Christine is a manager in the firm’s Assurance department. She specializes in accounting for both, for-profit and nonprofit industries, including independent schools, consumer goods, 401(k) plans, defined-benefit and defined-contribution retirement plans. Christine has extensive knowledge of financial statement and tax preparation, simultaneous project management, supervision of staff and public presentations. As an up-and-coming thought leader within the DZH Phillips consumer goods niche, Christine’s article, “Inventory – to Reserve or Not to Reserve” was recently published by Supply & Demand Chain Executive.

Christine graduated with honors from the University of San Francisco and received her Bachelor of Science in Business Administration – Accounting. She also attended the USF Dean’s International Leadership Seminar in Salzburg, Austria. Christine is a Co-Chair of the San Francisco Chamber of Commerce’s young professionals board, SF Up, she also serves on the young professionals board of the Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation and is a member of the Associate Board for GirlVentures.

Christine is a member of the California Society of Certified Public Accountants (CalCPA) and the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA). When not at work, Christine likes to spend her time running in half marathons, volunteering with local organizations, counting down to Christmas and the Olympics, playing on the firm’s basketball team and going to Disneyland!