SEVERN, MD, (September, 30, 2019) – The Arc Central Chesapeake Region (The Arc CCR), a nonprofit committed to providing people with intellectual and developmental disabilities the opportunity to gain independence, today announced the appointment of Rebecca “Becky” Peter as the organization’s new Chief Financial Officer, effective immediately.
“Becky is a highly accomplished senior finance executive who brings more than 20 years of results-driven financial management,” said Jonathon Rondeau, CEO, The Arc Central Chesapeake Region. “As we continue on our path of growth, expansion and leadership in providing innovative supports, solutions, and advocacy for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities in Maryland, Becky will be instrumental in making sure our resources are strategically tied to our goals.”
Peter brings vast knowledge of state and federal audits, corporate finance, internal and external controls, forecasting and more. In her former role as controller for Incident Communication Solutions, Peter worked with the executive team to develop growth and strategic planning and was responsible for the finance department.
Previously, she served as the CFO of Health Integrity, the subsidiary company of Quality Health Strategies, located in Easton, MD. Prior to her role at Health Integrity, she served as senior financial manager for an aeronautical engineering company, ARINC Incorporated, located in Annapolis, MD.
“In addition to my decades of experience in corporate finance, I’ve also served as the treasurer of Talbot Hospice for more than five years,” said Peter. “I’m thrilled to have the opportunity to leverage my expertise for an organization that is providing much-needed support and programs to our community but also values strategy and innovation as a backbone to its longevity and success.”
The Daily Record ran Becky’s announcement: https://thedailyrecord.com/2019/10/01/becky-peter-the-arc-central-chesapeake-region/