WaterStone Bank has announced new community presidents at two of its branch locations. Cassandra Robel now serves as community president of the bank’s Pewaukee branch. She previously served as assistant branch manager of the bank’s Waukesha branch, where she assisted customers with the launch of WaterStone’s digital banking by serving as a digital ambassador. Robel came to WaterStone Bank in October of 2019 from Associated Bank, where she served in various customer service and senior specialist roles for over ten years. With a history of volunteerism and community involvement, she looks forward to being active with the Pewaukee community. Robel currently resides in Waukesha County and loves to spend time outdoors. She is a Milwaukee Brewers fan and is passionate about the arts.
Megan Weigand now serves as community president of the bank’s Waukesha branch. She previously served as community president of the bank’s Fox Point/North Shore branch. Prior, she served as an assistant branch manager at the bank’s Wauwatosa branch where she assisted in the execution of a new personal banker onboarding process. Weigand holds an associate degree in business management from Milwaukee Area Technical College. She is active in the North Shore community where she attends and volunteers at various events in the Fox Point, Bayside and Glendale communities. Weigand currently resides in Menomonee Falls and looks forward to serving the Waukesha community.