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June 17, 2019 - Mary Halpin Joins Centreville Bank as Senior Vice President, Human Resources

Centreville Bank President, Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Board Harold M. Horvat today announced that Mary Halpin has been named senior vice president, human resources.

Halpin is responsible for the direction of all human resources initiatives including employee growth, performance management, engagement, recruitment and compensation, as well as administrative oversight of the HR department. She works closely with other members of the leadership team to provide strategic level support and ensure that Centreville Bank remains an employer of choice within the industry.

“Our Centreville employees are our most valuable assets, so the human resources role is of critical importance to our organization,” said Horvat. “Mary’s leadership and expertise in virtually all aspects of HR including talent development, training, and organizational development, are vital to our success, particularly as we grow.”  

Halpin has more than 25 years’ experience in human resources. Most recently she was vice president, human resources at Fidelity Investments in Smithfield. Prior to that, she was assistant vice president, human resources at State Street Corporation, Quincy, MA.  

Halpin earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from College of the Holy Cross, Worcester, MA, and a certificate in Compensation and Benefits from Bentley University, Waltham, MA.  She is currently enrolled in the iPEC executive coaching certification program, Marlboro, MA. 

Halpin is an active volunteer with several nonprofit organizations including the Rhode Island Alzheimer’s Foundation, Silver Linings Mentoring, Boston, MA, and Workshops for the People, San Francisco, CA. She currently resides in Providence with her husband. 


About Centreville Bank

Founded in 1828 and headquartered in West Warwick, Rhode Island, Centreville Bank has seven branch locations in Coventry, Cranston, East Greenwich, Narragansett, West Greenwich, West Warwick, and North Kingstown, and assets of $1.2 billion. 

 

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