Fidelity Bank recognizes colleagues during annual All-Hearts Meeting
Colleagues recognized for bringing Fidelity Bank mission, values to clients
Fidelity Bank announced it has recognized the following employees at its All-Hearts Meeting, the annual employee recognition meeting, held at Wachusett Mountain. Employees were recognized for bringing the Fidelity Bank values to clients and helping them get where they want to be.
Nancy Fioretti, Commercial Lending Assistant, received the 2022 Back Office Mission Accomplished Award. A resident of Leominster, Fioretti has been with Fidelity Bank for 15 years and was recognized for her work during the pandemic to ensure the Commercial team was able to function as business-as-usual during a very unusual time to ensure clients could have the clarity to move forward with confidence.
Tanya Quinn, Vice President, Digital Manager, received the 2022 Client-Facing Mission Accomplished Award. A resident of Athol, Quinn was recognized for her work throughout the bank’s digital transformation and traditional growth efforts while providing every aspect of the C.A.R.E. process to help clients meet their needs.
“Our Mission Accomplished Awards recognize those colleagues who lead by example in executing our LifeDesign approach to banking,” said Ed Manzi, Jr., Chairman and CEO, Fidelity Bank. “Nancy and Tanya bring our commitment of care, clarity and confidence to their colleagues and our clients alike with poise, professionalism, and positivity, which make them both worthy of this recognition.”
In addition to the Mission Accomplished Awards, colleagues were also recognized with Role Model Awards for representing the bank’s values of excellence, care, humility, integrity and positivity.
Amanda Prokowiew, Systems Analyst, received the Excellence Award. A resident of Leominster, Prokowiew has been with Fidelity Bank for 11 years and was recognized for embracing challenges and change with relentless commitment to precision and getting things done right the first time.
Terrence O’Kane, Human Resources Manager, received the bank’s Care Award. A resident of Shrewsbury, O’Kane has been with the bank for nearly seven years and was recognized for being thoughtful, responsive and caring for the concern of others and treating people the way they should be treated.
Marissa Vescovi, Loan Servicing Supervisor, received the Humility Award. A resident of Orange, she has been with the bank for seven years and was recognized for assistance with the development and training of the residential loan servicing team, and for implementing various process improvement initiatives.
Brett Finnell, Cash Management Implementation Support Specialist, received the Integrity Award. A resident of Leominster, he has been with the bank for six years and was recognized for his exceptional professional and ethical standards.
Amber McCreadie, Vice President, Area Manager, received the Positivity Award. A resident of Barre, she has been with the bank for six years and was recognized for her consistent positive attitude and outlook regardless of the challenges and opportunities that come her way.
“Our Role Model Awards are for those colleagues who continuously set an example by personifying Fidelity Bank’s guiding values and commitment to our LifeDesign Banking approach,” said Dee Sendrowski, Senior Vice President, Human Resources Director. “This year’s award recipients work across a variety of roles and place service above all else.”