Charity Nelson

Charity Nelson works at the Marshfield office, where she grew up and graduated high schoolAfter graduation, Nelson continued her education at Ozarks Technical Community College, where she graduated with an Associates of Arts Degree.

Prior to joining ATMS, Nelson worked as marketing director for Pure Air Unlimited, and receptionist for Express Employment and Meek Chiropractic.

Nelson has been at the Marshfield office since July 2017, where she works on payroll and bookkeeping services and provides a friendly face at the front desk. “I loved the small-town community growing up and wanted the same for my family,” Nelson said. “In 2017, my husband of three years, Chris, and I moved back to Marshfield with our year-old son, Ollie. I enjoy working with and helping others with their accounting needs. I believe in work that is honest and true and strive to provide for our clients every day.”

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