TJA Team Talent: Cristin Andrews

TJA Team Talent: Cristin Andrews

October 7th, 2015 Posted by TJA Talent

Meet TJA’s Money Lady!


Born and raised in Tempe, Arizona, Cristin and her husband Matt will be celebrating nine years of marriage this month! As an Arizona State University graduate with a bachelor’s of science degree in management from the WP Carey School of Business, Cristin is responsible for managing all things money at TJA, including employee payroll and all client and vendor invoices. Before joining team TJA, Cristin dreamed of being a teacher, but only because she wanted to write on the chalkboard all day.

Here are some more fun facts about Cristin:

Tell us about your family.

Caden-7, Ava-5, Charlotte-4 months

Favorite vacation you’ve been on? And what is your dream vacation?

Favorite vacation: Thailand…Dream vacation: French Polynesia

Favorite food?


Favorite way to spend your free time?

Exploring new things with my husband and kids.

Favorite holiday?

Christmas of course!

Favorite local restaurant? 


Best thing about living in Arizona?

Fall, Winter and Spring!

According to Buzzfeed, if Cristin were to be a Disney princess, she’d be Cinderella.

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Cristin is TJA’s controller and handles billing and payments for clients and vendors. She keeps the business running and makes sure the paychecks come on time, so naturally everyone is super nice to her.
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