WOODSTOCK — Mandy R. Belyea returns to work for Shenandoah County administration in July after her second stint in the town office.
County Administrator Evan L. Vass announced Belyea’s appointment Monday as the next assistant county administrator. Belyea begins her duties July 1. Belyea has served as deputy town manager for Woodstock since 2016. She worked as the director of finance for Shenandoah County from July 2014 to November 2016. Prior to her work with the county, Belyea served as Woodstock’s director of finance from 2006 to 2014.
Belyea steps in to Vass’ previous role with the county. The Shenandoah County Board of Supervisors appointed Vass to fill the chief government official position when County Administrator Mary T. Price retired after more than 30 years of public service.
Belyea, a certified public accountant, also worked as a supervisor with the accounting firm KPMG Limited Liability Partnership, where she conducted audits of governmental units.
Belyea, a Shenandoah County native, graduated from Stonewall Jackson High School. She received a Bachelor of Arts degree in business administration with a concentration in accounting from Bridgewater College, and a master of business administration degree from Virginia Tech.