Postlethwaite & Netterville Promotes 4 to New Principal Role
METAIRIE — Postlethwaite & Netterville has announced the promotion of four team members to the newly created role of principal. Principals work alongside the firm’s directors and lead practice areas within their departments.
Corey Jambon is a principal in P&N’s consulting services group. Jambon joined the firm in 2011 and leads P&N’s large programs project management office, providing strategic and operational support in areas such as program design/stand up, contract management, project controls, and financial budgeting/reporting for various engagements related to disaster management and recovery and governmental services.
Krystal Pertuit is a principal in P&N’s consulting services group, where she currently leads the enterprise resource planning/systems team. She joined the firm in 2004. With more than 15 years of public accounting and project management experience, she leads a team that helps clients navigate business challenges through selecting and implementing enterprise applications, evaluating cloud strategy, and advising on best-in-class approaches to accounting and financial management.
Kyle Mason, is a principal in the consulting services group, where he is responsible for the strategic growth and supports strategic execution of the settlement administration service line. When he joined P&N in 2017, he added over 15 years (now over 20) of business development experience to the firm. Before joining P&N, Kyle held leadership roles at two nationally recognized class action and mass tort settlement administration companies.
Melanie Talley, is a principal in the consulting services group. She joined the firm in 2010. She leads the P&N Association Management team, where P&N professionals assist client organizations with governance, policy development, membership recruitment/retention, marketing, and event management.
“Corey, Krystal, Kyle, and Melanie have each demonstrated a commitment to service excellence and challenge us to innovate and grow, particularly within their areas of practice,” said Dan Gardiner, P&N CEO and managing director. “They have worked extremely hard and are recognized as leaders within the firm and their respective business communities. These team members bring a range of knowledge and experience to our leadership team and will continue to drive growth and innovation.”