Kent E. Seton
Kris Stroscher began her professional career as a chef in Columbus, Ohio. Having worked in a kitchen for just over three years, Kris decided to jump to the other side of the restaurant business by becoming a Customer Service Coordinator at Best Restaurant Equipment and Design. In 2003 she moved to Los Angeles where she worked as an Inside Sales/Equipment Specialist at Integra Marketing. In 2006 she left the restaurant business and began work at Citysearch.com as an Inside Sales Coordinator.
Since 2007, Kris has been the Office Manager of 123EZCorp and the Center for Nonprofit Creation. She supports and supervises the day-to-day operations of the team of staff who specialize in working with nonprofit organizations. Her responsibilities encompass many aspects of the business from client relations, to overseeing financial management, to ensuring the timely delivery of accurate documents to our clients. She is the “go to” person at the office, and her incredible skills keep everything running smoothly. Kris likes to build relationships with clients, and she enjoys the part our company plays in helping charities do good things.
Kris has volunteered at organizations including New Leash On Life, a nonprofit animal rescue group, where she trained rescued dogs to get their AKC Canine Good Citizen certification and to become therapy dogs for children with Autism. She is also a supporter and advocate for the National Fibromyalgia Association, as she herself battles with this “invisible illness.” Her greatest donation, however, came when she adopted “Jack” her Dalmatian mix from the West LA animal shelter. Currently, Kris, Jack and her husband Andrew live in Century City, where Kris enjoys the palm trees and doesn’t miss the snow.
For over 6 years Chrystina Dahl has helped companies in diverse areas such as accounting, bonds, textiles, politics, education and matchmaking. During the 6+ years Chrystina worked with a high profile political family, at a top large accounting firm, a top notch personal matchmaking service and a professional and developmental swim school.
As an Administrative Assistant at 123EZCorp and the Center for Nonprofit Creation, Chrystina now offers the same experience and high level of service she provided at the large firms. She prides herself on customer service and she takes a professional business approach to all aspects of the company. Achieving the company’s goals quickly and efficiently is always a top priority.
Chrystina is an active volunteer with LA Works and The West Foundation, a non-profit dog rescue. She studied classical ballet for 10 years, enjoys the arts, hiking, culinary arts, architectural design and community out reach programs.