Noons, Lattinville among 10 recognized at PBN’s C-Suite Awards

MARY E. NOONS, left, executive vice president and chief retail lending officer for The Washington Trust Co., and Haley Lattinville, personnel manager for the town of North Kingstown, were named the Career Achiever and Rising Star, respectively, at Providence Business News' 2021 C-Suite Awards virtual program Thursday. / COURTESY THE WASHINGTON TRUST CO. / PBN PHOTO / RUPERT WHITELEY
MARY E. NOONS, left, executive vice president and chief retail lending officer for The Washington Trust Co., and Haley Lattinville, personnel manager for the town of North Kingstown, were named the Career Achiever and Rising Star, respectively, at Providence Business News' 2021 C-Suite Awards virtual program Thursday. / COURTESY THE WASHINGTON TRUST CO. / PBN PHOTO / RUPERT WHITELEY

PROVIDENCE – Mary E. Noons gets the most satisfaction seeing how she has influenced others to succeed.

Noons, The Washington Trust Co.’s executive vice president and chief retail lending officer, who was named Providence Business News’ Career Achiever in the 2021 C-Suite Awards program, said she enjoys helping point others in the right direction and “help them flourish.” She said she looks at her award as a reflection of what her team at Washington Trust has accomplished, not just on her individual achievement.

Haley Lattinville, personnel manager for the town of North Kingstown, who was named PBN’s Rising Star for this year’s program, said her biggest takeaway from the COVID-19 pandemic is slowing life down. She said it was constantly “go, go, go” and always having something to do.

Lattinville said her award validates all the work she has put into working for the town for the last four years.

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Noons and Lattinville were among 10 top C-level executives in the public, private and nonprofit sectors for their efforts as innovators, trailblazers, role models and leaders in the community honored Thursday in a virtual ceremony. The honorees will also be highlighted in a special section to be published Friday in the April 30-May 13 print issue of PBN.

Other C-Suite Award winners recognized Thursday by PBN were:

  • Christopher Earle, director of information system, YMCA of Greater Providence
  • Michael Edwards, chief financial officer, Falvey Insurance Group Ltd.
  • Mary Halpin, senior vice president of human resources, Centreville Bank
  • Stuart Kiely, vice president of digital strategy, John Matouk & Co.
  • Edward McPherson, director of marketing and fund development, Newport Mental Health
  • Cortney Nicolato, CEO and president, United Way of Rhode Island
  • Phyllis Pelletier, chief financial officer, Family Service of Rhode Island
  • Siobhain Sullivan, chief operating officer of clinical operations, Rhode Island Medical Imaging Inc.

KPMG LLP was the presenting sponsor and Insperity was the partner sponsor for the 2021 PBN C-Suite Awards program.

James Bessette is the PBN special projects editor, and also covers the nonprofit and education sectors. You may reach him at Bessette@PBN.com. You may also follow him on Twitter at @James_Bessette.

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