Chris has been with Barnes Dennig for more than 15 years and plays an active role in determining how the firm can best meet the needs of new clients. He also leads the firm’s client dialogue efforts to maintain communication with clients to ensure their expectations are met or exceeded.
Chris draws from 25 years of working with Greater Cincinnati companies and an extensive network. Prior to joining Barnes Dennig, he served as Senior Vice-President and Director of Advertising and Marketing at the weekly newspaper The Business Record, an entrepreneurial venture in which he was a part owner.
Chris is a frequent speaker on professional services marketing topics and has spoken at conferences organized by the AICPA, New York Society of CPAs, Ohio Society of CPAs and the Association for Accounting Marketing. He is currently the Chair of the Allinial Global Business Development / Marketing Committee, where he has served as a committee member since 1999. In addition, he is the Chair of the Corryville Catholic School Board and has been a school board member since 2003. Corryville Catholic is an urban school dedicated to educating children to be the leaders of tomorrow.
He earned a Bachelor of Arts from Thomas More College, Crestview Hills, KY. He was chosen as a Cincinnati-area “Forty Under 40” in 1999 by the Business Courier and was inducted into the Association for Accounting Marketing Hall of Fame in 2012.
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– Barnes Dennig Client, 2021
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