|First appearance||Diversity Hire|
|Voiced by||Coby Bell|
|Skills||Knives, sniper shooting, subterfuge, snappy comebacks, one-liners|
|“||You see something you like?||”|
Conway Stern (real name unknown) is a double agent who used a false identity to embed himself at ISIS. Malory Archer hired him to increase diversity at ISIS after he presented himself as being both black and Jewish. Malory also found herself extremely attracted to him and at one point they spent a weekend together at her South Beach apartment. He is voiced by Coby Bell.
While embedded at ISIS, he proved himself an excellent spy (resolving the complex and ongoing operations Frodo and Salsa) and became a fast friend to all the ISIS employees. He also had a sexual relationship with Cheryl, who wanted to have his baby.
He infiltrated ISIS to obtain the Whisper Drive, a silent submarine propulsion system, from its inventor Wilhelm Schmeck, who planned to betray America and sell it drive to the Cuban Naval Intelligence. The operation was run from Malory's condo, with Sterling standing in as Schmeck's Cuban contact.
During the operation, Sterling intended to kill Conway, whom he suspected was trying to deceive Malory into marrying him and cut Sterling out of her will. After obtaining the Whisper Drive, and after Conway saved Sterling's life twice, Sterling regretted his intent to kill Conway. After admitting to his intentions, Conway literally stabbed Sterling in the back, revealing his true intentions to sell the Whisper Drive to the Chinese.
Lana arrived during Conway's attempted helicopter escape and shot her spear gun through the briefcase carrying the Whisper Drive plans case, that was handcuffed to Conway's wrist. Thanks to the intense strength of Lana's monster hands, she managed to rip off Conway's left hand as he narrowly escaped, clinging to the helicopter's drop rope ladder and swearing revenge.
In Season 4, Legs, it is revealed that Kreiger had fitted him with a robotic left hand at some point afterward.
- Enjoys prawns.
- Is uncircumcised.
- Has an extremely quick wit.
- He is one of two former ISIS employees to walk away from the company alive, all others have met unfortunate ends. The only other exception being Rip Riley.
- Has a cybernetic arm courtesy of Dr. Krieger's experiments.
- The scene showing his cybernetic arm being activated is a reference to Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes back, when the protagonist Luke Skywalker is fitted with a new hand.