Christie Streit

CPA | Principal


Christie loves building relationships with business owners to better understand their business models and see how great ideas become reality.

As a business owner with a family-owned Pizza & Alehouse, she understands the risks, rewards, and joys that comes from owning a business. She sees every business as an opportunity to build lasting relationships with clients.

Christie performs financial and economic analysis, audits of commercial businesses (primarily in the real estate and hospitality sectors), and audits of employee benefit plans. Christie serves on the board of directors for the Northshore YMCA as well as the Woodinville Chamber of Commerce, where she acts as treasurer and auction chair.  She also makes time for her husband and children, coaching soccer, playing volleyball, traveling, and organizing an annual golf tournament and annual Firecracker 5k run event for charity along with her husband—activities she loves almost as much as keeping up with the latest accounting guidance.

Practice Emphasis

  • Privately held businesses
  • Audit, review, and compilation service management
  • Employee benefit plan audits and compliance

Proven Results

  • Performed and supervised audits and reviews for privately held businesses, primarily in the real estate and hospitality sectors. She also has a great deal of experience with technology.
  • Supervises approximately 25 employee benefit plan audits annually.
  • Developed and implemented best practices in the audits of real estate and hospitality companies.


  • Western Washington University, B.S. in Business Administration – Marketing and Accounting


  • American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
  • Washington Society of Certified Public Accountants
  • Northshore YMCA, board of directors
  • Woodinville Chamber of Commerce, treasurer and auction chair

My Life by the Numbers


Pizza & Alehouse owned by her and her husband, who proposed to the sound of...


Mariachi band hired for the occasion


Energetic kids


Years as Seahawks season ticket holders