REDW LLC, one of the largest certified public accounting and business consulting firms in the Southwest, is pleased to announce the promotion of Christina Roderick, CPA, to Principal in its Phoenix office.
She leads REDW’s privately held business practice.“Christina’s promotion to Principal acknowledges her talent, hard work and commitment to both her co-workers and her clients,” said Sandy Abalos, REDW’s Principal-in-Charge of the Phoenix office.  “Christina excels in working   closely with privately held business owners to help them plan for succession and preserve their wealth by utilizing the best available tax structures, credits, incentives and tax planning.”“I’m honored that REDW has recognized my contributions to the organization as I’ve enjoyed working with this talented team and our many clients,” said Roderick.  “While REDW is known nationally for its skill assisting tribes and tribal enterprises, I’m thrilled to work for a growing firm that shares my commitment and passion for helping owners privately held businesses of all sizes and maturity to protect their wealth and investments.”

Christina Roderick has over 17 years of experience in public accounting and leads REDW’s privately held business practice as a Principal in the firm’s Phoenix office. She works closely with business owners in planning for succession, along with preserving wealth by utilizing the best available tax structures, credits and incentives, and tax planning.

She has significant expertise working hand-in-hand with small businesses and multi-national companies in the manufacturing, distribution, real estate, technology and healthcare industries. She also has considerable experience assisting publicly traded companies in matters regarding tax compliance, structuring, planning and tax provisions.

Roderick is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) and the Arizona Society of CPAs (ASCPA). She is advance-level certified by the Corporation for Manufacturing Excellence (MANEX) in helping small and mid-sized businesses with strategic planning and growth. She enjoys speaking with local business associations and clients on topics including structuring, taxation and business succession.  She is currently the Vice Chair of the Arizona State Board of Accountancy Tax Practice Committee and is a member of the ASCPA’s Legislative Committee.