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Chesapeake Conference Welcomes Back Candy Iverson
Iverson rejoins the conference as an associate treasurer and will continue serving as the business manager at Atholton Adventist Academy.
Chesapeake Conference recently welcomed Candy Iverson back to the treasury department as an associate treasurer. She worked in the department from 2010-2015 before leaving to be a full-time parent.
In addition to her treasury responsibilities, Iverson will continue serving as the business manager for Atholton Adventist Academy (Columbia, Md.).
“We are happy to have Candy Iverson back on the Chesapeake Conference team,” said Eduardo Munoz, treasurer. “With her skills, ability and talents, Candy will help us to continue focusing on the mission and ministry of this conference.”
Iverson said it sometimes feels like she never left the conference office, noting that she now works out of the same office she occupied seven years ago.
During her time away from the treasury department, Iverson worked part-time as a business manager for several conference schools. In addition to her current role at Atholton, Iverson has worked with Baltimore White Marsh Adventist School and Frederick Adventist Academy in Maryland and Dover First Christian School in Delaware. She said it’s rewarding to work closely with school staff and see schools grow.
Iverson holds an MBA from Washington Adventist University (Takoma Park, Md.) and a BBA from Walla Walla University (Wash.). She’s married to her husband, Greg, who serves as IT director for the Columbia Union. They have one son.