Julie Kline is excited to have found a home at Barnes Dennig and to be starting a new chapter of her career. With 27 years in public accounting, she is dedicated to building meaningful and lasting relationships with her clients and enjoys the opportunity to guide them through the not-so-black-and-white world of accounting.
Motivated to help her clients understand and interpret ever-changing accounting principles and regulations, Julie loves making confusing rules easily understandable and actionable. With experience working with employee benefit plans, not-for-profit organizations, and the real estate industry, she utilizes her innate ability to educate her clients, empowering them and building their confidence throughout the process. She delights in building meaningful, lasting relationships with team members and being part of a thriving, engaged culture.
Julie holds leadership positions in several community organizations, allowing her to further apply her passion for building meaningful relationships. She is a member of Christ Church Cathedral and currently serves as treasurer, along with several other volunteer roles at the organization. She also serves as treasurer of her homeowner’s association.
Hailing from Akron, Ohio, Julie has lived in Cincinnati since graduating from Miami University in 1994 with a B.S. in business. Her professional memberships include the AIPCA and OSCPA. A proud downtown Cincinnati resident since 2001, when Julie isn’t serving clients at Barnes Dennig or serving her community, you can find her traveling the world or singing in choir.
“The knowledgeable and customer-driven staff at Barnes Dennig go the extra mile to take care of any questions or issues that may arise. They are top-notch!”
– Jennifer P., Director of Finance
“With everyone I have worked with at Barnes Dennig, it’s clear there is a culture of excellence.”
-Barnes Dennig Client, 2021
“We couldn’t be more pleased with the team of accountants that serves us. They do a great job and always provide valuable advice and feedback.”
– Kay F., President