Denette Suddeth

Regional President & Head of Commercial Banking - Nevada, PNC Bank

Denette Suddeth is regional president and head of Commercial Banking for PNC Bank in Nevada, including Northern and Southern Nevada regions. She is responsible for PNC’s overall market expansion driving a culture of teamwork, client advocacy and community engagement. 

Suddeth joined PNC in November 2021 bringing 25 years of banking experience to the regional president position, as well as deep ties across Nevada. Mostly recently, she served as CEO of Suddeth Inc., an executive coaching and business development firm that she founded following more than two decades in banking, including local market and regional leadership roles with CIT, Wells Fargo, and U.S. Bank. During her banking career, she has led diverse teams focused on public and privately held middle market companies, as well as gaming and the gaming equipment manufacturer industries. As a leader committed to diverse work cultures, Suddeth has been an active member of Women’s Leadership Councils and Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion committees. 

Active in the community, she has extensive non-profit board service. 

In addition to joining the LVGEA50 Board of Directors, Suddeth currently serves as chair of the Finance and Investment Committee and board member of United Way of Southern Nevada and is the past chairman of the organization. She is also Major Gifts Campaign chair for the capital campaign for Junior Achievement of Southern Nevada where she served in many capacities including past chairman of the board. In addition, she is a member of the Executive Women’s Council of the Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce. She is a past board member of Nevada Succeeds. 

Suddeth earned a Bachelor of Science in managerial finance at the University of Nevada Las Vegas. She is also an Associate Certified Coach (ACC) credential holder from the International Coaching Federation (ICF), and a Certified Executive Coach. Suddeth is a graduate of Leadership Las Vegas and Pacific Coast Banking School. 

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