Overseeing the Human Resources and Learning and Development areas, Suzanne works to ensure human resources strategies are aligned to achieve the Bank’s overall business goals and to encourage a culture that values diversity and openness.
Her role is critical to ensure we attract and retain the best and brightest talent. Providing leadership, training, benefits, and work/life balance to meet employees where they are at, in both their professional and personal life. Our people create our competitive advantage.
Suzanne has been with the bank since 2008 and brings over 28 years of progressive management and Human Resources leadership, with a uniquely diversified background of experiences across a variety of industries including construction and retail.
Suzanne is a member of the Massachusetts Bankers Association Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Council dedicated to leading the banking industry promoting a more diverse, equitable and inclusive banking industry that celebrates the power of our differences, champions broad access to financial services, and advocates for practices that achieve greater equity and inclusion for all.
Past Trustee for the Mass Bankers Association, Group Insurance Trust (GIT), 6 years serving as Chair from 2017- 2022. The GIT is committed to sourcing and providing various types of Insurance to member banks at costs which are less than those obtainable on an individual bank basis.
Committee member and past Chair (2015-2016) for the Massachusetts Bankers Association, Human Resources Committee.
In the Community: Suzanne has been a board member for The Addiction Referral Center (ARC) since 2015. The ARC is a non-profit agency serving Marlborough and surrounding MetroWest towns, providing confidential services for persons suffering directly or indirectly from the disease of addiction. Suzanne has served as Treasurer (2019 – 2022), current Vice President.
Suzanne enjoys spending time with her grandchildren, crafting, paddleboarding, and walking on the beach with her dog Mac.
“The attitude you choose, good or bad, will spread like chicken pox.” – my Nana😊