Christina Roderick at REDW joins Board of Accounting at capitol
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Christina Roderick, principal at REDW and who helms the firm’s Tax Advisory practice, has been appointed by Gov. Katie Hobbs to the Arizona State Board of Accountancy after serving 13 years on its Tax Practice Committee, where she acted as both vice and chair.
The primary duty of the Arizona State Board of Accountancy is to protect the public from unlawful, incompetent, unqualified or unprofessional certified public accountants through certification, regulation and rehabilitation.
The organization also serves CPAs and CPA firms and applicants to the profession by providing complete information and prompt processing of Uniform CPA Examination applications, CPA Certification applications, and the registration of CPAs and CPA firms, according to a press release.
“It has been a pleasure working with Christina in her role with the board’s Tax Advisory Committee over the last 13 years,” said Monica L. Petersen, the board’s executive director. “She is dependable, engaged, and well respected by her peers. The board has already benefited from her knowledge, leadership, and experience as she has seamlessly transitioned into her new role as a member of the board.”
A Certified Public Accountant, licensed to practice in Arizona, as well as a Chartered Global Management Accountant, Ms. Roderick is a member of both the American Institute of CPAs (AICPA) and Arizona Society of CPAs. She has also volunteered with the ASCPA’s Tax Legislation Review Committee.
Ms. Roderick has more than 26 years of experience in public accounting, including more than a decade in leadership at REDW Advisors and CPAs.