Children’s Fund Names New Leader
Stacy Iverson is named President & CEO of San Bernardino County nonprofit
SAN BERNARDINO, California (Friday, December 4, 2015) – San Bernardino-based nonprofit Children’s Fund announced the promotion of Stacy Iverson to President & CEO. The announcement was made by Lee Jackman, Chair of the Board of Children’s Fund. Iverson joined Children’s Fund in February 2013 as the organization’s Chief Operating Officer. Her 20 year career of working to improve the lives of children makes her a natural fit to lead Children’s Fund. "Stacy Iverson was the perfect choice as President & CEO of Children's Fund,” said Jackman. “She has vast experience working with our many partners in San Bernardino County, has proven expertise in overseeing a diverse staff, and has shown herself to be a visionary leader amongst board and donors.” Jackman believes that Children's Fund is fortunate to “have Stacy's capabilities that will ensure Children's Fund’s success well into the future."
Prior to joining the Children’s Fund team, Iverson served in the child development field as a program manager for San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools, working to enhance the quality of child care and increasing access to care for children throughout the county. She also served as the program manager for eight years with First 5 San Bernardino, implementing valuable programs to effectively impact the county’s youngest children. “I am honored to have an opportunity to work with such dedicated board members, staff and community partners,” said Iverson. “I believe in the Children’s Fund mission and, most importantly, I believe in the children we serve and want to help afford them every opportunity for success.” Children’s Fund is a 29-year-old nonprofit organization serving San Bernardino County’s most vulnerable youth. Children’s Fund’s mission is to give our vulnerable children support, opportunity and hope by breaking destructive cycles through community partnerships. Since its inception, Children’s Fund has served more than 1.4 million children. For more information on Children’s Fund or to learn how you can help, go towww.childrensfundonline.org or call 909.379.0000. Follow us on Facebook:http://on.fb.me/W4Wymf.