About Christina Galasso

Accounting

Audit

Tax

Christina has a tremendous amount of knowledge in the field of taxation from her experience as a Senior Manager at CBIZ Marks Paneth followed by ten years at Markowitz, Fenelon & Bank (now Marcum LLP). She has serviced businesses ranging from small family owned farms to large corporations and high net worth individuals.

 

Christina’s private accounting experience is an advantage to her clients where she is able to help train accounting staff and bookkeepers with ease.    

 

As an Adjunct Professor for St. Joseph’s University, Christina enjoys teaching and being a resource for the next generation of accounting professionals.  She teaches a wide range of undergraduate and graduate level classes in the Accounting department. 

Publications

MARYLAND STATE COMPTROLLER V. WYNNE – THE U.S. SUPREME COURT USES THE COMMERCE CLAUSE TO INVALIDATE MARYLAND’S INCOME TAX STATUTE


Presenter and co-author of “Maryland State Comptroller V. Wynne - The U.S. Supreme court
Uses the Commerce Clause to Invalidate Maryland’s Income Tax Statute”. Presented at the International Academy of Business and Public Administration Disciplines conference in October 2015.

Publication with IJBPA, Volume 14, Number 1, Winter 2017.

Lymphedema advocate and supporter

Lymphedema advocate and supporter of Brylan’s Feat Foundation and the Lymphatic Education & Research Network


As a parent of a child with lymphedema, Christina has been a supporting member of the Lymphatic Education & Research Network (LERN) & Brylan’s Feat Foundation. During 2016 her son Nicholas was honored in Albany as a youth advocate for their family’s advocacy for and promotion of lymphedema awareness and research. Christina has been a strong supporter of the Lymphedema Treatment Act (LTA) recently passed by Congress and signed into law by President Binden that would require coverage for lymphedema compression garments and therapy to treat this life long disease.