The Seasons East Greenwich
Leadership Team

Haigouhi Corriveau


Haigouhi has been in the senior living industry for 20 years.  She has held her Assisted Living Administrator License for the past 10 years.  Her professional background is in recruiting, sales, and operations.  Her high level of commitment, honesty, sincerity, professionalism and dedication to her work are just a few of her strong traits.  Haigouhi’s leadership style lends itself to transparency, flexibility and the willingness to jump in anywhere she is needed. Haigouhi enjoys spending time with her large Armenian family, her husband, and two children.  Her family time is filled with extracurricular sports and activities.

Trish Mancini, RN

Director of Wellness

Tricia has been a nurse for over 20 years. Her experience ranges from hospitals, homecare and assisted living communities. She is a mother to her handsome son Ryan and 4-year old German Shepard, Haanz. Tricia is a busy person but never too busy for the residents. She dedicates her time to providing the best care and direction for her staff. She has a passion in all that she does and leaves no stone unturned when it comes to helping our seniors. In her free time, you can find Tricia in South County at the beaches, enjoying music, and concocting healthy recipes.

Chris Gauvin

Director of Dining and Culinary Services

Chris worked under Chef Kevin DiLibero, currently Executive Chef of the Newport Restaurant Group. Through Chef DiLibero, Chris began learning the finer points of authentic Italian cuisine. From there Chris went on to become the Corporate Executive Chef of Turtle Soup in Narragansett for many years. While managing five fine dining restaurants, Chris relied on his mentor, award-winning hospitality manager, Linda Cinco, to impart her wisdom of the techniques of managing staff, customer perception, employer expectation, and customer expectations. “You make it right” was an intricate philosophy put into place in each of the restaurants which created a sense of pride and accountability in everything the staff did.

Chris was born and raised in Rhode Island. Chris graduated from Bishop Hendricken High School and studied at the University of Rhode Island.

Melissa Faraone

Grandview Gardens Program Director

Melissa has been employed at The Seasons since October of 2016. She holds certification as a Nursing Assistant,  Certified Medication Technician and training in Dementia Care. She continues her education as an Alzheimer’s and Dementia Care Specialist. Melissa loves animals and spends her free time hiking, camping, and doing anything else outdoors. Melissa has a dog named Belle who frequently comes to the community to visit the residents as a form of pet therapy. The residents of Grand View have labeled her “their dog” and always look forward to her visits.

Lisa Toth

Sales and Marketing Director

Lisa holds a B.S. in Public Administration from Russell Sage College.  A native Rhode Islander with ties to the East Greenwich/Cowesett area, Lisa has lived, worked and volunteered in this community for over 23 years. She has worked with health care and community organizations in volunteer administration, long term care facility marketing, and community outreach and event coordination for The East Greenwich Chamber of Commerce.  Lisa joined The Seasons family in 2016 and enjoys sharing our community with potential residents and their families, as well as community professionals.

Judith Lutz

Activities Director

Judi has been a member of The Seasons staff since 2016.  She is a licensed CNA and has worked as an activities professional in senior living for many years prior to joining the team.  Judi started her career at The Seasons as the Activities Coordinator of Grandview Gardens.   She is currently pursuing her Activities Certification. Judi brings a sense of excitement and fun to everyday life here at The Seasons.

Joseph Fratus

Director of Maintenance

Mary Rini

Human Resources Manager