Christie Tudor

Background & Professional Credentials




Pittman Legal & Tax Advisors
Indianapolis, IN
2018 – Present

I have worked in the accounting field since graduating high school in Eastern Greene county (Bloomfield, IN).  I always knew that accounting was the field I wanted to go into.  I went to work right out of high school as an office manager for Griner Engineering. I later chose to go back to school.  At that time, I got an associates degree in Accounting from IVY Tech.

Married my husband in 1995 and moved to Eminence IN.  I went to work for E.K. Williams & Company and worked there for over 15 years. Doing monthly bookkeeping for various small businesses, we specialized in the gas station & convenience stores.  I went on to work in a couple of other small accounting firms.

I love working & being downtown.  If I take a long lunch on Wednesday’s you will find me at the Farmer’s Market. As much as I love being downtown.  I find comfort in knowing that at the end of the day I get go home to my country life. It’s the best of both worlds.

My current word of the year: Intentional.  I want to live my life more intentionally.



You will find me with my family &/or friends. You might find me camping (only in an RV), cheering on my son’s baseball team, which my husband also coaches. Spending a day out shopping with my daughter is always a wonderful day.  I love flea markets, cooking, organizing, planning I (don’t think I will ever give up my old fashioned paper planner) and trying to stay up with the latest apps and technology.  All too often my kids have to help me with this one.  A couple of hours in Target is my therapy time.  I love when new clients become old friends.


“I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.”― Maya Angelou

I often tell my kids to “Believe There Is GoodIn The World”

I am inspired by people that never give up, those that go outside of their comfort zone and especially people that do things for others who can never repay them.


 Spend a couple of weeks in Europe with my husband
 Take a family cruise
 To visit a new coffee shop once a month with a girlfriend. I am currently working on this one.
 Learn to speak French
 To sing “How Great Thou Art” loudly and without fear of anyone else hearing me. I am super self-conscious of my singing.  It’s such a beautiful and special song.