Waukesha State Bank is proud to announce the promotions of Stephanie Ohlfs, Heather Congemi, Amber Moore, and Mirjam Conigliaro.
“Stephanie, Heather, Amber, and Mirjam are extremely talented banking professionals and have been instrumental in Waukesha State Bank’s success,” stated Ty R. Taylor, Waukesha State Bank president & CEO. “These promotions reflect the tenure and experience of our leadership, and I look forward to their continuing contributions to the future growth of our organization.”
Stephanie Ohlfs has nearly 20 years of community bank marketing experience and started her career with Waukesha State Bank in 2014 as marketing director. She was promoted to vice president in 2017, and in her new role as senior vice president – marketing director, she will continue to oversee the development and implementation of Waukesha State Bank’s marketing efforts including strategic planning and budgeting, branding, market research, public relations, event planning, charitable giving, and digital marketing. She holds a bachelor’s degree in journalism from the University of Wisconsin–Madison and is active in the local community currently serving on committees with Donna Lexa Art Centers, the City of Waukesha, and Holy Apostles Catholic Church. Additionally, she is very involved in her kids’ school. She and her family currently reside in New Berlin.
Heather Congemi has nearly 40 years of industry experience and started with Waukesha State Bank in 1985 as a teller. Over the years, she has taken on ever-increasing roles and responsibilities including assistant teller supervisor, teller supervisor, personal banker, and bank manager for the former Silvernail Road and E. Moreland Road offices in Waukesha. She was promoted to retail loan administration officer in 2011 and assistant vice president in 2014. In her new role as vice president – retail loan administration officer, Congemi will continue to be responsible for managing the retail lending function of the bank including lender support and training, systems management, loan policies and procedures, and credit quality and underwriting. She and her family currently reside in Mukwonago.
Amber Moore joined the Waukesha State Bank team in 2011 as a teller and has been promoted to a variety of new roles over the years, including positions within deposit services, retail support, retail operations, card services, and fraud. As Waukesha State Bank’s current fraud investigations manager, and with her new bank officer designation, Moore will continue to be responsible for managing fraud investigations for the bank, which includes minimizing and mitigating bank losses due to fraudulent checks, ACH transactions, ATM and debit card activity in addition to monitoring and researching suspicious activity and processing card cancellations, reissues, account holds, and releases. Moore holds a bachelor’s degree in secondary French education from the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee, graduated from the Waukesha County Business Alliance’s Leadership Waukesha County program in 2017, and is active in the local community serving as Wisconsin Chapter Vice President of the International Association of Financial Crimes Investigators, President-Elect for the Waukesha Kiwanis Noon Club, and as a member of the Friends of Waukesha Parks, Recreation, and Forestry. She and her family currently reside in Oconomowoc.
Mirjam Conigliaro joined Waukesha State Bank in 2017 as the electronic banking manager and has over 20 years of banking experience. With her new bank officer designation, Conigliaro will continue to be responsible for managing the daily operations of the electronic banking department, which includes overseeing the bank’s treasury management products such as online banking, ACH origination, remote deposit and mobile deposit, check and ACH Positive Pay, online bill payment, and wire transfers. As a native of Germany, she earned her associate degree in banking from the Center for Financial Training in Pattonville, Germany. Additionally, she earned her bachelor’s degree in business administration from the former Cardinal Stritch University. She is active in the community volunteering with Waukesha State Bank’s internal volunteer group, Helping Hearts. Through the group, she has participated in Salvation Army food serving, park clean-ups and the Dress-A-Bear program that benefits the Waukesha police and fire departments. She and her family currently reside in Menomonee Falls.