Kristin Nolan

Manager, Audit & Accounting

Areas of Specialization

Kristin is a Manager in Kreischer Miller’s Audit & Accounting Group. She has experience providing audit and assurance services to a variety of privately held businesses, in several industries including real-estate, food and beverage, technology, and not-for-profit.

Kristin works with companies at various stages of their lifecycle and has assisted clients with technical matters, including revenue recognition and complex debt and equity transactions. She also helps businesses in meeting regulatory and compliance deadlines through audit and assurance services.


Kristin joined Kreischer Miller in 2023. Prior to working for Kreischer Miller, Kristin was a Senior Manager at Marcum LLP in Marlton NJ, where her responsibilities included providing audit and assurance services to publicly traded and privately held companies in various industries including real-estate, life sciences, entertainment, food and beverage, and software and technology. Kristin was a certified trainer for instructors at Marcum LLP and developed and instructed various level-trainings and courses for the firm’s assurance department. Prior to working for Marcum, Kristin was an accounting manager at a publicly traded Company in Princeton NJ, where her responsibilities included managing a segment of the Company, preparing financial statements for her segment, and various ad-hoc deliverables to upper management on a monthly, quarterly, and annual basis. Kristin started her career at a mid-sized public accounting firm where her responsibilities included providing audit and assurance services to not-for-profit organizations. 

Professional and Business Affiliations

  • Transformative Leadership in Disruptive Times Certificate Program, Seton Hall University – Advisory Board Member

Education and Certifications

  • M.B.A. – Strayer University, Pennsylvania
  • B.S. – Accounting, LaSalle University, Pennsylvania

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