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Christine Arevalo CIA

PRG Manager

404.573.4330
Tampa, FL
Services
Sarbanes-Oxley, SOC Examinations,
Industries
Entertainment, Healthcare, Insurance, Manufacturing & Distribution, Retail, Technology,

Experience

As a Manager in Frazier & Deeter’s Process, Risk & Governance (PRG) practice, Christine performs internal audit outsourcing and co-sourcing, SOX 404 control assessments and testing, SOC 1 and 2 examination procedures and process improvement assessments. Other experience includes financial statement and operational audits.

Prior to joining Frazier & Deeter, Christine worked in Seattle, Washington as an Internal Auditor II for Group Health Cooperative, a nonprofit healthcare organization. Christine successfully completed financial, operational and compliance audits. Areas of focus include HIPPA/HITECH, Vendor Contracting, Service Charge Capture, Independent Contractors, and Capital Planning/Fixed Assets. Other projects include internal controls review and testing. Christine also worked as an internal auditor for Flow International Corporation. Flow develops and manufactures ultrahigh-pressure (UHP) waterjet technology and is a leading provider of robotics equipment. At Flow, Christine assisted in performing global risk and fraud assessments, led and conducted global independent operational and financial audits and managed the organization’s SOX compliance program involving training and testing in six countries.

In addition, Christine worked as a Senior Audit Associate at BDO USA, LLP. She worked in BDO’s Atlanta, Seattle and Los Angeles offices, performing financial statement audits of public and non-public organizations across a variety of industries. Industries include: manufacturing, retail, insurance, technology, advertising, entertainment and healthcare.

Professional and Civic Organizations

Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA)

Education

Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting
University of Georgia
Athens, Georgia

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