WaterStone Bank is proud to announce that Marlene Molter, senior vice president – human resources, has been named an Inclusive Influencer by the Women’s Fund of Greater Milwaukee. The endorsement recognizes individuals dedicated to fostering inclusivity, advocating for those whose voices are often overlooked, and celebrating the uniqueness of all individuals.
Molter, a dedicated leader at WaterStone Bank, exemplifies the values of inclusivity, collaboration, and advocacy. Her commitment to promoting policies that encourage the hiring, recruitment, and training of underrepresented groups creates an environment that has been pivotal in shaping the culture at WaterStone. In addition, her work to establish and maintain mentoring programs for workforce development and local high school students ensures equal opportunities for all groups to advance in their careers, benefitting the greater Milwaukee community as a whole.
“The honor is a testament to Marlene’s contribution to our community and her commitment to making a difference,” says Julie Glynn, executive vice president and chief retail officer at WaterStone Bank. “Marlene’s effort to ensure that every individual’s voice is heard and valued inspires others to follow suit. This recognition is well deserved, and we congratulate her.”